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Clean City Award for LCC

Innovative waste service initiatives carried out by LCC Support Services, one of the UK’s fastest growing, independent, national cleaning and support services contractors, has helped a prestigious CBRE client win one of the City of London’s highest accolades – a Gold Clean City Award. LCC worked with CBRE – and the CSR department at Herbert Smith Freehills – to incorporate more innovative and environmentally friendly services into their buildings. LCC looks after all three of the Client’s buildings around Exchange House, London EC2.

The Awards are recognition of best practice in waste management by encouraging City of London businesses to ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’.

LCC Site Manager for Cleaning and Porterage, Carlos Cuevas, who attended the Award’s Luncheon at the Mansion House said: “It has been a great pleasure being involved with innovative environmental organisations, they will always have our support. I believe that looking after the environment we inhabit is crucial and is our obligation to maintain it for today and the future.”

The LCC contract involves cleaning and maintaining 13 floors in three buildings and its operatives process over half a million tonnes of various waste materials with over 75% being recycled.

The Award was given because the site cleaning and support services activities embraced all the key requirements of the Awards – promoting good waste management practices, minimising waste, effective reuse and recycling, reducing landfill, ensuring compliance with the Duty of Care Regulations and taking pride in the building’s surroundings.

For further information on LCC Support Services please contact LCC on 01277 268899, info@lccss.co.uk, or www.lccss.co.uk


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