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Benefits of joining the Clean City Awards Scheme

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​Why join the Clean City Awards Scheme (CCAS)

There are many benefits to being a member of the CCAS:

  • Improved waste management systems can save your company money by reducing waste and allowing you to recycle/reuse more
  • Support to implement ideas which may make your company resource efficient
  • Fulfils your company's Corporate Social Responsibility agenda
  • Enhances your company's environmental credentials and improves your company's image
  • Networking opportunities with fellow CCAS members is potentially good for business
  • Valued active association with the City of London
  • Be recognised and rewarded for your hard work!

What the CCAS membership offers you

  • Monthly e-newsletter containing case studies, news, updates on legislation etc.
  • Invitation to quarterly environmental best practice meetings
  • Annual inspection of your site
  • Summary report and recommendations after CCAS inspection
  • Access to CCAS team for ad-hoc advice, guidance and site visits
  • Certificates/trophies to recognise and reward achievements in the scheme
  • Ticket to the prestigious CCAS annual awards ceremony hosted by the Lord Mayor, at the Mansion House, with the potential to buy additional seats, if available
  • Access to the CCAS member log-in portal on the website
  • Permission to use CCAS logo on website and literature to promote member’s commitments to sustainable waste management and partnership with the City
  • Access to a mentoring scheme to facilitate best practice and improve waste management practices

About the environmental best practice meetings

Environmental Best Practice meetings are held throughout the year when members hear from waste management organisations and advisors. The meetings enable members to exchange ideas on waste management, waste minimisation, reuse and recycling.  

What current members say

"The CCAS has proved an invaluable forum for sharing best practice, benchmarking our organisation against others in the City and helping us continuously improve our waste management and sustainability initiatives as an organisation." The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

"The Clean City Award Scheme is instrumental in raising the standard of environmental performance of City businesses, connecting them with best practices and providing an opportunity to learn from each other while
competing to be the best." Nomura

16 September 2014
Last Modified:
13 August 2018