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It’s not every day you see a 15 metre long, 17 tonne truck being pulled through the main street of Manly, but that’s exactly what happened on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd March 2021, with Australian strongman Troy Conley pulling a URM truck 25 metres and raising five thousand dollars for charity. The 25 metre

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In Rugby League and sport in general, many sponsors come and go, but that is certainly not the case when it comes to URM and our support of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. Throughout this year, URM and the Sea Eagles will celebrate twenty-five consecutive years of partnership together. A quarter of a century that has included

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After much anticipation, URM is excited to announce our appearance on the Northern Beaches Monopoly Edition, which is launching Saturday 13th February 2021. URM has partnered with some of the most popular attractions and businesses that the Northern Beaches has to offer in hand with Winning Moves to produce the board. This year marks our

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URM’s UK glass recycling plant in Essex is one of the biggest of its kind in the world, processing around 350,000 tonnes of glass each year. Checkout this BBC News report to see how it all works.  

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URM is proud to be the Presenting Partner of a new Sea Eagles Community Corner Podcast series that has been officially launched today in partnership with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. The Sea Eagles Community Corner Podcast is hosted by Sea Eagles General Manager – Community, Kellie Pethybridge, along with Justene Gordon, who is the

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URM is continually monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on our business and supply chains to minimise risk and prioritise the safety of our employees, customers and residents we service.

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will proudly feature the logos of both Melanoma Institute Australia and Bowel Cancer Australia on the sleeves of their URM Community Round jersey at Lottoland this Sunday. The home match against the St George-Illawarra Dragons sees Major Partner URM (United Resource Management) as the official Match Day Partner, whilst the Sea

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United Resource Management (URM), the Major Partner of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, has today announced Club Legend Geoff Toovey as the face of a number of exciting new community programs and initiatives being introduced by URM this year. “It’s great to be back and working with the URM boys,” Geoff Toovey, URM Sea Eagles

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It’s hard to go anywhere in or around the Northern Beaches of Sydney without seeing the logo of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Major Partner – United Resource Management (URM). This is because URM are involved in supporting just about everything happening in the local community. From local schools, grass roots sporting clubs, charities and community

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