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ABM in LondonEnergy win

Following a competitive tender process, ABM has secured a multi-year contract with LondonEnergy, which delivers waste and resource management services for north London.

The terms of the deal will see ABM provide cleaning and security services across six sites, including LondonEnergy’s head office, all based in the capital, with further growth expected in the contract next year.

ABM was awarded the contract, which begins this month, having impressed LondonEnergy with its technical capability and expertise, which will further improve the workplace environment for employees and visitors.

ABM will enhance the service using new technology systems and training. The sites will be led by a dedicated contract manager, based at EcoPark (a waste-to-energy plant which burns waste from several London boroughs to provide electricity for the National Grid.), to ensure consistent customer service delivery across all services.

By helping the residents of north London recycle, reuse, and recover energy from their waste, LondonEnergy generates enough sustainable energy to power 80,000 homes and businesses in north London every year.

Lee Fitzgerald, Divisional Director at ABM commented: “LondonEnergy is delivering some fantastic work across north London, so we’re absolutely thrilled to be working with the team and playing a role in the support they offer its residents.

“This is a huge opportunity for us to showcase our technical ability and industry expertise to the waste management industry. All the work we deliver will be in line with LondonEnergy’s impressive sustainability commitments and we look forward to being part of their mission.”

Rosh Bibi, Real Estates Manager at LondonEnergy, said: “ABM’s technical capability, extensive experience and operational approach together with its own drive to deliver sustainable initiatives and reporting across its divisions in the UK, made them a natural fit. We look forward to a successful partnership and together making London a greener, cleaner, and healthier place.”

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