New IEMA corporate members announced

8th March 2016


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Three UK-based organisations and one from Nigeria have joined IEMA's list of corporate membership partners.

The four have signed up to partner with IEMA to deliver the right skills and environmental performance into their business through the institute’s tailored corporate membership packages – IEMA for Business, IEMA for Consultancy and IEMA for Education. The companies are:

  • GEC Solutions – energy consultancy based in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
  • HambleSide Danelaw – roofing and ventilation specialist based in Daventry, Northamptonshire.
  • Petrostuff Nigeria – service provider to the oil, gas, petrochemicals and energy industries operating in Lagos.
  • RJS Waste Management – London-based a waste disposal company.

IEMA would like to welcome these organisations to its list of partners, and looks forward to working with them to drive their performance and profile.

A list of corporate partners is available at bit.ly/1pmyhdO.

Go to bit.ly/1TOf8xW to find out what IEMA’s corporate membership packages can do for your business.


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