Greyhound Commercial is delighted to announce we will be taking part in the Property Management and Facility Management Conference 2019 on the 10th of October in Croke Park.
The aim of the conference is to show how Property Management and FM professionals can create value in an environment of changing client demands, work practices and business approaches.
With this in mind, this year’s conference theme is Managing for Better, gathering thought leaders and experts in the area of property (commercial & residential) management and facilities management.
At the conference, Greyhound will be hosting and sponsoring an enjoyable coffee morning. The Greyhound Commercial team will be on hand at our stand, located in the main foyer for any commercial waste enquires you may have.
Our managing director John Brosnan will be hosting a talk at the conference next Thursday. The talk will be based around the theme of technological advancements in the waste and recycling industry along with a specific focus on communal bin usage. The talk will tie waste and recycling into climate change and the change in client demand past, present & future.
The Property Management and Facility Management Conference 2019 be prepared to learn from the brightest minds in the Residential & Commercial Property and Facilities Management space in Ireland. The program is designed to deliver up-to-the-minute insight on the future of managing space, actionable advice on tackling environmental concerns and sustainable solutions you can put into practice.
Greyhound Commercial has over 30 commercial trucks on the road daily servicing all parts of Dublin and the surrounding area. We offer monthly waste reports that we issue to all our clients. Waste audits/site visits occur quarterly with our clients to cut down on waste and costs. Greyhound Commercial has services covering Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath. We provide and offer 7 days a week services of wheelie bins, glass bottle bins and skips to name just a couple.
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