Trials and Tribulations
The battle is on; the end is not yet in sight. We are now running at just short of full capacity. Today is a case in point, breakfast meeting followed by a full day discussing fraud in the public sector and finishing with an evening event for an advertising company. Sometimes working in this industry it feels that you are something akin to a marathon runner with three big events a year, one leading up to Easter, then another in the early summer, a finally the Big One in the Autumn. At the moment it is more like any number of daily sprints, just keeping up with the clients and the turnarounds. We love it?
The BATLE OF GREEN goes on. We are still trying to find someone who will compost our kitchen waste. The first company Envirowise in the form of the London Environmental Centre www.groundworkebslondon.co.uk Â recommended went bust. They have now come up with a number of alternatives, I called one this morning, who having dained to pick up the phone after no less than 25 rings suggested that as they couldnâ€™t arrange more than a monthly pick up I might want to install a wormery in our kitchen. I shudder to think what the Health inspector would make of it. Maybe we could go one step further and install straw toilets for the delegates. These a minor trials and tribulations will not stop us in our quest to become the â€˜greenestâ€™ venue in London.
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