Core Drives Sustainability with New Waste Deal

Core Facility Services has secured a new waste management deal with national chartered surveying and property management firm Sanderson Weatherall.

The agreement is the latest partnership by Core aimed at driving sustainability in businesses through best practice in waste, energy and wellness.

Sanderson Weatherall has offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Teesside and York. Core already manages the firm’s energy purchasing and efficiency and will now look at ways to develop and improve its waste services to increase recycling and reduce costs. 

Colette Watts, managing director of Core Facility Services, said: “Waste is an area that has seen ever-increasing government legislation in recent years in an attempt to reduce the amount of waste material being sent to landfill.

“Good waste management practices can help businesses drastically reduce the amount they send to landfill and cost savings of between 10 and 40% are achievable by educating staff, streamlining administration procedures and sourcing the right suppliers.”

Matthew Lawrence, partner at Sanderson Weatherall, said: “Our clients expect us to be doing everything we can to make sure we are running a sustainable business and meeting current environmental legislation.

“Core already effectively manages our energy to keep costs and usage as low as possible so we know they will work hard to help us achieve our sustainability goals on waste and recycling too.

“Having multiple supplier relationships dealt with under one roof by Core also helps us operationally, making our lives simpler and saving us time and money,” he added.

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