‘On the spot’ with… Calum Robertson

In our newest blog series, we put 10 quickfire questions – based around role, personality and the fascinating world of shredding – to one of our valued members of staff. And they only have 10 minutes to answers them all! This month, it’s over to Calum Robertson…

Name: Calum Robertson
Job title: Engineer

Describe UNTHA in one word:

Name your favourite shredder:
RS100 – a big shredder that comes in a surprisingly small package.

The shredding of what material most impresses you?
Carpets – a difficult waste to get rid of but by shredding, they can be repurposed.

Sum up in one sentence the role shredding plays in society:
The ability to make something useful out of something useless!

What is there too much of in the world?
Excess product packaging.

And not enough of..?
Care being taken for the environment.

What is the one word you wish people would use to describe you?

If you weren’t an engineer, what would you like to be?
Involved in motorsports.

Pick a word that symbolises Yorkshire, UNTHA UK’s home county:

If UNTHA relocated to a different country, where would be your ideal spot?
South Portugal – I love it there!

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