CSG Boost For Salisbury Sea Scouts

04 December 2013 by Daryl Tunningley

Salisbury Sea Scouts have a newly-refurbished headquarters building made possible by a contribution of £6,850 towards the ‘Save Our Hut’ campaign from Cleansing Service Group (CSG). The completely re-painted building has been re-roofed and re-clad, fitted with new toilets, flooring and kitchen as well as new insulation and windows.

The money contributed by CSG was allocated from the Landfill Communities Fund – a scheme designed to offset any disadvantage local communities may possibly experience due to the activities of local landfill sites. The Fund is administered for CSG by Waste Management Research Limited.

Ian Carnell, CSG’s Associate director – Technical, said: “CSG is very happy to support the Landfill Communities Fund and to continue to donate significant amounts to worthy and needy causes close to our Pound Bottom landfill operation. The contribution to the 3rd Salisbury Sea Scouts is the latest in a long line of projects CSG has supported over the years and we fully intend to sustain similar contributions into the future.”

In the last 15 years CSG has awarded nearly £1 million through the Landfill Communities Fund to environmental and community projects in the area surrounding its Pound Bottom landfill site.