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REDS Group sets up to look after fuel storage

John Wood ·

A new company has been set up in the downstream fuel industry to provide spill response, environmental and decommissioning services across the UK.

REDS Group aims to deliver complete solutions for the maintenance, inspection and environmental management of fuel storage facilities, with expertise ranging from emergency spill response and environmental monitoring, to storage tank decommissioning and ground remediation.

Founded and led by Lloyd Burnard, the company combines many years of industry experience with extensive technical expertise. Prior to launching REDS, Burnard held both project management and strategic corporate development roles at LCM Environmental, having initially joined the business as a site operative more than 20 years ago.

He believes that the company’s people are its strongest asset. Specialists include experienced SHEQ & project managers, environmental consultants, waste consultants, tanker drivers and spill responders. These skills, combined with REDS’ geographical reach, enable it to provide multi-discipline services across the UK.

He added: “I am delighted to be working with some of the industry’s most knowledgeable and experienced specialists. We also have a strong network of strategic partners across the UK, which provides us with the ability to support clients in any location.”

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