Start-up company cleans up with government backing

Dsposal developer Georgios Rovolis, left, with Tom Passmore and Sophie Walker
A fast-growing clean tech start-up launched in Manchester is celebrating after winning a five-figure government contract to help combat waste crime. The firm is also in the running for an extra £500,000 of second phase funding as part of the scheme. Dsposal, set up by chief executive Tom Passmore and chief operating officer Sophie Walker, was launched in March last year with a mission to make it easy for everyone to find the right place for their waste, and tackle the national fly tipping epidemic. The company has won an £8... For the full story register now for free or login below...