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Churchill has reduced plastic container usage in its cleaning division by 35 per cent in the second half of 2019, a reduction of 291,345 plastic containers..
Our community team is made up of volunteers from across the Churchill Group who are passionate about having a positive impact on the communities and environments we live and work in. Their remit is to ensure that we not only spread our community support across the UK but that we work with the right projects and partners to make the biggest impact we can. This includes selecting the right charities to support in line with our core values and passions, promoting the local activities we’re involved with across the regions, and finding and coordinating projects that can really make a difference.
Rebecca Bridgement, managing director of our catering business, discusses how contract caterers can give something back to their communities in the latest issue of B&I Catering. Read the full article here.
Antony Law, managing director of Portfolio by Churchill, recently shared our approach to sustainability with readers of Tomorrow’s Cleaning magazine. Read the full article here.
Sustainability is at the forefront of everyone’s minds like never before. In the public sphere, national media coverage has highlighted the need to recycle more, cut down on plastic use and...
Churchill signed the Armed Forces Covenant in August this year, and we’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded Bronze Status. The Covenant is a pledge that those who serve...
I’ve recently started a permanent role as business development executive, and I wouldn’t have been in a position to take the job without the experience that I gained from my year-long...
For National Apprenticeships Week we are launching a blog series on the apprentices we have in our businesses. Our first apprentice to share his first impressions of Churchill and the FM...
“I always try to promote all aspects of sustainability and have a passion for mental health awareness as well as the protection of the natural environment.
It seems like a no brainer to think that everyone should put sustainability at the heart of all of our lives, but sadly short-term positive rewards often win over long-term negatives (for all of us). I hope that through incremental improvements Churchill can be a leading light when it comes to doing the right thing for the sake of all our futures.”
“I am passionate about our environment and see this as an opportunity to hopefully do a bit more than the small bit we do in our home lives.”
“Living in Cornwall, there is a big county-wide focus on becoming plastic-free and less reliant on unsustainable ways of living. I feel it is important that I help in any way possible with achieving this, whether in work or my personal life.”
“As a cleaning manager, part of my job is looking after all waste streams on site. I am looking to expand my knowledge of sustainability so that I can apply it to cleaning and various aspects of waste. I am interested in all information and innovations to improve on sustainability.”
We have committed to the fight against plastic waste by partnering with Surfers Against Sewage (SAS), the UK-based marine charity that strives to keep oceans, beaches, riverways and coastal shorelines free from sewage and plastic pollution.
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