Sustainable facilities management services

We put sustainability at the heart of our facilities management services, from the way we work, our choice of supply chain partners and the products we use. We are proud of our ambitious goal of achieving Net Zero by 2030 goal (scope 1, 2 and 3) and the progress we have made so far. Our transition plan was released in 2024, detailing how we are tackling the sustainable facilities management transition holistically with the following pillars; water stewardship, waste, biodiversity, deforestation, plastics and consumables.

A significant proportion of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions come from transport, energy and business, and our role on our customers’ sites means we are well-placed to maximise impact for a better future. Our commitment to quality services while protecting the planet stretches beyond our own organisation’s environmental footprint and into our client’s spaces and assets. 

Facilities management and sustainability

Climbing to Climate Net Zero

We’re proud to stand as credible industry leaders by being the first in the facilities management industry to publish an SBTi validated Climate Net Zero plan as well as a Transition Plan Taskforce (TPT) aligned roadmap to achieving it. This ambitious commitment aims to achieve Net Zero by 2030 across our value chain whilst maintaining high standards and continual improvement for our clients.

Knowing this is not a solitary journey, we have meticulously enlisted suppliers and partners that align with our values to help pave the way to a sustainable transition. We proactively engage stakeholders in food and support services to make climate-friendly facilities management business-as-usual.

Sustainable FM services

A plan for positive impact

Our responsible facilities management strategy for sustainability is centred around minimising negative impact and where possible regenerating our natural environment. Through our network of specialist experts, we conduct regular audits of the facilities we manage, the ways we operate, the equipment we use and the products we purchase to identify opportunities for improvement while reducing risk and identifying opportunities for improvement.

Some examples of our insight-driven approach include preventing waste in line with the waste hierarchy, robust management of chemicals and forensic enhancement of tool efficiency Incremental, well-governed improvement helps us drive the reduction of our client and our collective environmental footprint.

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