A Worcestershire based waste management and recycling firm has created three jobs by appointing new staff members.

Chloros Environmental, based in Droitwich, has been serving clients across the country for the last decade since it was launched in 2009.

The firm has appointed Dave Smith, Sameera Ghalib and Debra Blackwood, meaning Chloros now employs more than 30 staff members, with plans to double in size over the next three years.

Mr Smith joins Chloros as Group Compliance Manager and will be leading on all aspects of legal compliance with a focus on the safe and environmentally sound delivery of operations.

He is joined by new Technical Assistant, Sameera Ghalib, who graduated with an honour’s degree in Chemistry from Aston University in 2013 and has since gained experience working within compounding, extrusion and testing.

The firm’s final addition, Debra Blackwood, has taken over the role of HR Manager and will support team members in their roles.

Richard Hurdle, Company Director of Chloros Environmental, said "I am delighted to welcome Dave, Sameera and Debra to the Chloros team and have every faith that they will prove to be incredibly valuable.

"They join us at an exciting time for the Droitwich office as we continue to expand our service offer and reach more customers than ever before.

"2019 is already proving to be an exciting year for Chloros and the expansion of our team will help us reach further milestones and break new challenges."

Officially launched in 2009, Chloros Environmental is now one of the UK’s leading waste management and recycling firms.

The company administers the hazardous waste requirements for more than 200 customers including other waste management companies around the UK.