Churchill Service Solutions
Back in February we announced our partnership with PCCS to deliver digital transformation throughout our businesses. Mo:dus enables a better quality of work life for our people and because it’s digital saves thousands of reams of paper month after month.
In February we celebrated the i-FM technology award win in the People in Technology category for Cati our SaaS (software as a service) platform that digitises paper-based compliance tasks. It allows users to streamline all things building compliance, providing a real-time status of each asset and notifying users when upcoming inspections are due.
This year we were the first cleaning company to dramatically reduce its single-use plastic consumption by introducing a range of recyclable cleaning products. We are on track to remove 100,000 single-use plastic containers from our operations in the first year.
In May, Radish, our boutique catering business, committed to all Radish packaging for grab-and-go sandwiches and salad boxes being fully biodegradable. The UK sandwich industry is a behemoth (some estimates say that as a nation we consume 11.5 billion sandwiches a year!), so to make our packaging biodegradable was a key milestone for us.
Another first for Churchill! We offered our head office teams the chance to test drive electric vehicles as part of our research in to the best option for changing our fleet to electric in the future.
We continue to support Surfers Against Sewage and are a SAS 250 club member for the second year running.
Radish commits to only buying cups from a UK-based supplier, which has reduced our carbon footprint as well as supporting the UK economy. The cups are 100 per cent recyclable, as is the printed packaging they come with. We’re on track to have used over 85,000 of the new cups by the end of the year.
We took part in the Autumn beach clean campaign for Surfers Against Sewage on the Isle of Dogs, a large peninsula bounded on three sides by a large meander in the River Thames in East London. The amount of rubbish brought in by the tide in the area had been noted by one of the managers that lived close by, so the team organised the clean during the low tide to ensure they could clear all the rubbish.
Our community team raised £850 for Shine by hosting afternoon tea across our regional offices. Shine is a charity that supports families affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus. With the money raised we organised a day out for the families at ZSL London Zoo.
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