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Our organisational carbon footprint now includes all relevant scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, in line with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard and the Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard.
reduction of waste going in to landfill
Awarded Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) Silver Award in 2022
Introduced first company closed-loop recycling scheme for plastic containers
Churchill is committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2040
We are committed to submitting science-based targets for validation by June 2023
Increase proportion of electric vehicles in the fleet
Work towards achieving SFMI Gold and EcoVadis Platinum
Continue to drive down waste generation and water use per employee, and increase overall recycling rates
Work with our supply chain to further embed circularity and sustainability into our service offerings
2019/2020 - 26 metric tonnes of plastic waste saved...
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We partner with a handful of waste companies who we have selected for their commitment to sustainability, both on our customer sites and our own facilities. We offer a range of innovations for waste management which keep waste as high up the waste hierarchy as possible. As an example, PHS our sanitary waste provider, collect sanitary and nappy waste from our clients and takes it to an ‘Energy from Waste’ plant.
We aim to achieve Net Zero by 2040. To achieve this, we have submitted Scope 1, 2 and 3 near term science-based targets to the SBTi. By setting science-based targets, we are firmly committing to reducing our emissions to a point required to keep global temperature rise limited to 1.5oC. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that global warming must not exceed 1.5°C to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Our Integrated Management System (IMS) incorporates the ISO 14001 Environmental Management and ISO 50001 Energy Management standards, amongst others, into everything we do. Approval to these standards demonstrates our commitment to continual improvement and environmental stewardship.
We are implementing the updated PVA range across our client sites. To date, these products have helped us to eliminate over 150 tonnes of plastic waste. To complement this effort, we have also introduced a closed loop delivery system for some products, greatly reducing waste and further increasing the efficiency of our supply.
We recently signed up to an external audit process (EcoVadis) to assess Churchill with regard to ESG. Four areas assessed were:
The EcoVadis Rating covers a broad range of non-financial management systems including Environmental, Labour & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement impacts. Each company is rated on the material issues as they pertain to their company’s size, location and industry. These evidence-based assessments are refined into easy-to-read scorecards, providing zero to one hundred (0-100) scores, and medals (bronze, silver, gold), when applicable.
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At Churchill, we are committed to decreasing our carbon emissions throughout our operations, and to becoming a net-zero business by 2040. We have recently...
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A huge congratulations to our Churchill colleagues who completed the London Marathon last month and raised a combined total of over £12,000 for Oasis...
Churchill partnered with Bunzl in September 2019 as part of our sustainability strategy. The journey we have undertaken with Bunzl since then has been...
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