‘We are proud to support the cause’ – Royston chemical firm Johnson Matthey continues wildlife charity membership

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 November 2016

Site environment and energy co-ordinator, Max Finney, site community liaison officer Deb McGarrity, chairman of the Herts and Milddlesex Wildlife Trust, Mike Master, and John Gourd, site and services director.

Site environment and energy co-ordinator, Max Finney, site community liaison officer Deb McGarrity, chairman of the Herts and Milddlesex Wildlife Trust, Mike Master, and John Gourd, site and services director.

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Staff at a Royston speciality chemicals and sustainable technologies firm have pledged to continue their support for wildlife.

The Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust has announced that Johnson Matthey, who began supporting the cause in 2011, has again shown their commitment to the natural world through corporate membership of the trust.

The firm’s John Gourd said: “As a company that specialises in sustainable technologies, we place great value on the importance of our environment. We are proud to support the Wildlife Trust in their efforts to preserve and protect unique wildlife in the area.”

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