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  • by Karma Loveday

Everflow pursues multi-utility growth with waste division launch and two appointments

Business water retailer Everflow has launched a new waste management division, which it said was the first step in its plan to become a multi-utility service provider.

The company pledged to provide environmentally friendly waste management and disposal services – with transparent pricing, real time collection notifications and a digital-first customer experience – to businesses across the UK. To drive growth, it has appointed Craig Dallison as chief growth officer and Jim Garrett as chief operating officer.

Dallison brings prior experience in the B2B utilities sector from his time at The Energy Check, as well as time in senior roles in both North East and global businesses. Everflow said Dallison will help it scale its proposition, leading on the development and execution of its commercial vision including product growth, and its marketing and sales strategy.

Garrett has extensive energy sector experience, including as operations director for challenger brands Utilita and Dual Energy, and chief operating officer for Orbit Energy.

Everflow has grown its water customer base by 50% in 12 months, now serving over 53,000 customers. It plans to apply its technology and sustainability-driven approach to the commercial waste management market.

Chief executive and founder of Everflow, Josh Gill, said: “Everflow remains committed to delivering on our vision to make all utilities more simple and sustainable. The launch of our waste service will support this aim and is the first step in our ambition to pursue a multi-utility approach to the B2B market. We’re confident that offering services across multiple utilities will help SMEs to significantly cut down on their administrative demands while also securing cheaper bills. We’re delighted to have Craig and Jim on board to help us realise this potential and further accelerate our growth plans.”


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