environment
and ecology

Our sustainable approach

Our commitment to environmental stewardship drives us to proactively contribute to the well-being of our planet. Our conscious efforts encompass a range of initiatives aimed at reducing paper consumption, repurposing green waste for maximum sustainability, and enhancing biodiversity by installing bee hives. Our dedication does not stop there – we relentlessly explore innovative avenues to enhance our company’s environmental footprint. Moreover, our focus extends to our clients’ experience, as we strive to provide cutting-edge facilities, including EV charging, to foster a greener and more sustainable world for all.

Its our business to care:

Corporate responsibility

We are committed to ecological and environmental responsibility for several key reasons:

  • Preserving Resources: We believe in responsible resource management, minimising waste, and safeguarding natural resources for future generations.
  • Compliance: we adhere to strict environmental regulations to ensure ethical and legal operations.
  • Reputation and Trust: Our dedication to sustainability enhances our reputation and fosters trust among clients and the community.
  • Innovation: By embracing eco-friendly practices, we drive innovation and increase operational efficiency.
  • Social Responsibility: We recognise our impact on communities and prioritise environmental protection for their well-being.
  • Long-Term Success: We see ecological and environmental responsibility as essential for our long-term viability and adaptability in a changing world.
Awareness

As a facilities maintenance company, we are acutely aware of the challenges and complexities inherent in our industry. The demands of efficient service provision often intersect with environmental concerns. However, we firmly believe that addressing these challenges head-on is not merely a choice but an imperative. Instead of compromising the quality of our services to take shortcuts, we have made a conscientious decision to focus on mitigating our environmental impact. Our commitment to environmental responsibility lies at the heart of our operational philosophy.

Reduce, Re-use, and Recycle

To address the challenges we face as a Facilities Maintenance company in reducing our environmental impact, we have implemented a multifaceted approach that aligns with our commitment to sustainability.

We have initiated a tree-planting programme aimed at offsetting the emissions generated by our diesel-powered vehicles. Furthermore, we prioritise the use of electric tools over combustion engines, especially within our landscaping team, reducing both emissions and noise pollution.

Our dedication to sustainability extends to the services we provide, such as installing electric vehicle charging points, setting up beehives, and planting bee-friendly flowers in our gardens, promoting biodiversity, and supporting local pollinators.

Additionally, we have taken significant steps to minimise our paper consumption. One standout innovation in our sustainability journey is the adoption of ‘Thermophilic Aerobic Digestion,’ a groundbreaking process that transforms green waste into valuable fertiliser while significantly reducing methane emissions that would otherwise harm the atmosphere. This innovative approach stands in stark contrast to traditional landfill decomposition, exemplifying our commitment to a cleaner, greener future. The recycled product resulting from this process plays a vital role in our land regeneration efforts, bringing us closer to revitalising our environment and preserving its beauty for generations to come.

Environmental standards

To proactively address our environmental responsibilities as a Facilities Maintenance company, our primary objective is to implement sustainable practices that reduce our Carbon Footprint and overall environmental impact. We recognise that as our company grows, certain statistics may naturally increase; however, we aim to showcase tangible and consistent improvements in our environmental performance over time. Our goal is to demonstrate measurable reductions in resource consumption, emissions, and waste generation while maintaining our commitment to service excellence and operational growth.

Its our business to care:

Corporate responsibility

We are committed to ecological and environmental responsibility for several key reasons:

  • Preserving Resources: We believe in responsible resource management, minimising waste, and safeguarding natural resources for future generations.
  • Compliance: we adhere to strict environmental regulations to ensure ethical and legal operations.
  • Reputation and Trust: Our dedication to sustainability enhances our reputation and fosters trust among clients and the community.
  • Innovation: By embracing eco-friendly practices, we drive innovation and increase operational efficiency.
  • Social Responsibility: We recognise our impact on communities and prioritise environmental protection for their well-being.
  • Long-Term Success: We see ecological and environmental responsibility as essential for our long-term viability and adaptability in a changing world.
Awareness

As a facilities maintenance company, we are acutely aware of the challenges and complexities inherent in our industry. The demands of efficient service provision often intersect with environmental concerns. However, we firmly believe that addressing these challenges head-on is not merely a choice but an imperative. Instead of compromising the quality of our services to take shortcuts, we have made a conscientious decision to focus on mitigating our environmental impact. Our commitment to environmental responsibility lies at the heart of our operational philosophy.

Reduce, Re-use, and Recycle

To address the challenges we face as a Facilities Maintenance company in reducing our environmental impact, we have implemented a multifaceted approach that aligns with our commitment to sustainability.

We have initiated a tree-planting programme aimed at offsetting the emissions generated by our diesel-powered vehicles. Furthermore, we prioritise the use of electric tools over combustion engines, especially within our landscaping team, reducing both emissions and noise pollution.

Our dedication to sustainability extends to the services we provide, such as installing electric vehicle charging points, setting up beehives, and planting bee-friendly flowers in our gardens, promoting biodiversity, and supporting local pollinators.

Additionally, we have taken significant steps to minimise our paper consumption. One standout innovation in our sustainability journey is the adoption of ‘Thermophilic Aerobic Digestion,’ a groundbreaking process that transforms green waste into valuable fertiliser while significantly reducing methane emissions that would otherwise harm the atmosphere. This innovative approach stands in stark contrast to traditional landfill decomposition, exemplifying our commitment to a cleaner, greener future. The recycled product resulting from this process plays a vital role in our land regeneration efforts, bringing us closer to revitalising our environment and preserving its beauty for generations to come.

Environmental standards

To proactively address our environmental responsibilities as a Facilities Maintenance company, our primary objective is to implement sustainable practices that reduce our Carbon Footprint and overall environmental impact. We recognise that as our company grows, certain statistics may naturally increase; however, we aim to showcase tangible and consistent improvements in our environmental performance over time. Our goal is to demonstrate measurable reductions in resource consumption, emissions, and waste generation while maintaining our commitment to service excellence and operational growth.

Sustainably offsetting our emissions

36,000 Bees have been introduced across 3 hives around London. Each hive will produce 100 jars of honey per annum on average.

We have recycled 110 Tonnes / 111765.16KG of green waste for land regeneration over the last 12 months.

Our paper consumption is down 56% on average since 2019, this equates to 169,500 pieces of paper per annum.