‘On the spot’ with… Gerard Hart

Gerard Hart

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 the turn of Gerard Hart…

Name: Gerard Hart
Job title: Project engineer

Describe UNTHA in one word:
Busy

Name your favourite shredder:
The RS150 – it shreds absolutely anything!

The shredding of what material most impresses you?
Cars!

Sum up in one sentence the role shredding plays in society:
In a world where both the population and manufacturing levels are rapidly increasing, shredding plays a hugely valuable role in the processing of waste materials – turning them into a product that can either be used for other applications or re processed.

What is there too much of in the world?
Shreddable items (that aren’t shredded!)

And not enough of..?
Companies using UNTHA shredders!

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

If you weren’t a project engineer, what would you like to be?
A sales engineer or a chef – I love my food!

Pick a word that symbolises Yorkshire, UNTHA UK’s home county:
God’s own country (sorry, three words!)

If UNTHA relocated to a different country, where would be your ideal spot?
Australia, then we can teach them how to shred as well as they play rugby.

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