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GYB Services earned high praise from all quarters for the clean-up operation along the sea front and Marine Parade, following the weekend’s successful Haven Air Show which saw an estimated 175,000 visitors to the town over the two-day event.
The operator of one of the trade stands at the event posted on the Borough Council’s social media page: “Just wanted to congratulate your clean-up team – GYB Services – on their sterling work. The whole place was immaculate – no overflowing bins, no litter. They did a great job. Big high five to them all.”
Radio Norfolk’s Great Yarmouth reporter also commented in his morning news item that the area was much cleaner than he would have expected after an event such as this.
GYTABIA Chairman Gareth Brown commented; “The team at GY Services did an outstanding job at ensuring the seafront in Great Yarmouth was keep in pristine condition. It was no mean feat to deal with the refuse of 180,000 people, particularly in warm conditions. It was absolutely critical that, particularly with our very first show, all our visitors got to see Great Yarmouth at its best at all times and the amount of feedback that we have had to say just how clean they found the whole event has been excellent. Without doubt this will certainly play its part in helping people decide whether they return to Great Yarmouth again.”
Simon Mutton, Head of Policy and Strategy at GYB Services said; “We were delighted to be a part of making the 2018 Haven Air Show such a great success. We had four refuse vehicles out and collected over 10 tons of rubbish.
“GYB is very much a part of the fabric and infrastructure of the Borough, being responsible for the all the residential bin emptying and a lot of the commercial trade waste collection. We also have a substantial grounds team which works on the planters, amenity land and green spaces in the area.”