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ECOBAT Logistics, key appointment

David Reynolds is appointed as the new Managing Director


ECOBAT Logistics, key appointment - David Reynolds

ECOBAT Logistics, formerly known as G&P Batteries, are delighted to announce the appointment of David Reynolds as Managing Director.


David has a MBA from Leeds University Business School, as well as holding a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management. He is a Chartered Environmentalist, Scientist and Chemist and has more than 30 years’ experience in the waste and recycling industry, including portable battery compliance.

David is a regional Scientific Adviser to the Fire Service giving him further invaluable knowledge and training that can assist the industry-wide understanding of battery incidents. He is also a STEM Ambassador, helping to attract the engineers and scientists of tomorrow into our industry.

Speaking of his new role, David comments:

“It is fantastic to have a senior role for a market leader where I can use all of my previous experience, education and training. I have joined the group at a very exciting time and I am looking forward to working with the team to develop our UK offerings, branded and marketed as OneCallCollection® – Any battery. Anywhere. Our electric vehicle battery collection and recycling service across Europe is expanding rapidly. We are working with customers to develop market leading solutions.”


ECOBAT Logistics is the UK’s leading authority on waste battery collection and recycling. ECOBAT Logistics offers a nationwide service for the collection of every kind of waste battery or battery powered appliance. All batteries collected are taken to our specialist facility in the West Midlands. Here, batteries are sorted into various chemistries and then safely packaged for transport to recycling facilities. Wherever possible, waste batteries are recycled within the UK. 


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