For nearly a decade, Northland Waste has kept the streets of Northland and the Far North clean and clear of rubbish – no matter the weather, their friendly team can be found keeping our streets clean. They take great pride in the local community too – investing their time and resources into sponsoring local charities sand events. Northland Waste has placed a focus on ensuring that their ties to the community remain strong – both through employing local people, advancing opportunities for their team, and supporting a range of local charities, causes and events – including the upcoming Kaitaia Boxing Night. In fact, Northland Waste has recognised the star quality in two of their dedicated employees, Levi Owen and Sonny Le Noel, sponsoring their training for this big charity event.
Levi & Sonny – Northland Waste’s Kaitaia Boxing Night stars!
Originally from Moerewa, Levi has worked for Northland Waste for the past 2 years. Levi, has 2 daughters and a partner in Kaitaia. Levi first began his journey with Northland Waste through Allied Workforce, and soon became the best runner in the branch. Northland Waste then put Levi through his Class 2 learners licence, with plans of putting him through his full Class 2 licence soon. Sonny Le Noel – Sonny, from Pukepoto, has just recently become engaged to his partner Jess. When Sonny started with Northland Waste, he was put through his Class 2 licence qualification. Sonny is now one of the key drivers in the Kaitaia Branch operating the rear load truck. These star employees have been training hard for their fight at the upcoming Kaitaia Boxing night charity event – held at Te Ahu on the 9th September. Northland Waste are proud to be sponsoring these two friendly, positive, hard-working employees as they are out and about every day in the community, rain, hail or shine! Sonny and Levi are passionate about their jobs, and enjoy providing a good quality service in the community.