‘On the spot’ with… Julie Cassidy

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 Julie Cassidy…

Name: Julie Cassidy

Job title: Service co-ordinator

Describe UNTHA in one word:

Name your favourite shredder:
XR3000 – looks like, built like – and has the power of – a tank..

The shredding of what material most impresses you?
Mattresses, as there are so many different types of fibres/materials locked inside one single item.

Sum up in one sentence the role shredding plays in society:
It’s to help make our environment a cleaner and better place.

What is there too much of in the world?

And not enough of..?
Shredders – every business should have one, whether big or small.

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

If you weren’t a service co-ordinator, what would you like to be?
A midwife.

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

If UNTHA relocated to a different country, where would be your ideal spot?
Definitely Australia.

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