CCAS Case studies
Visit the Clean City Awards Scheme website for recent case studies showing examples of best practice and sustainability initiatives from CCAS Members including Chairman Cup and CCAS category winners since 2019. Please note, this is only available to CCAS members. To join the Scheme, go to the how to sign up page, email the CCAS team or call 020 7606 3110.
Example case studies from 2018
Nomura International plc - Large Site, Chairman's Cup Winners 2018
Nomura maintain an exceptionally high level of waste management with creative campaigns and staff engagement. They have many well established initiatives which continue to grow in popularity and get results including;
- introducing new signage
- weighing scales are identifying waste trends
- staff are awarded Green Reward points in the canteen when a reusable cup is used
- being a founding member of the Plastic Free City pledge
- Environmental Reps raise awareness of the impact of plastic waste
- the removal of 225,000 pieces of disposable cutlery from the service area this year
Broadgate, 155 Bishopsgate - Facilities Management, Chairman's Cup Winners 2018
The sheer scale and complexity of this site is impressive with over 150,000 daily visitors, 36,000 workers and 98 tenants. Broadgate excels in communication, campaigns and occupier engagement.
Broadgate's impressive achievements include:
- a no under desk bin” policy is implemented for new tenants
- in 2018, recycling increased by 10% to 76%
- a 190 tonne decrease in general waste in 2018
- general waste collections have reduced from daily to three per week
- the contractor undertakes annual audits on each tenant
Single use plastic consumption has reduced across the site due to campaigns; with 44% of tenants removing plastic straws, and a further 47% switching to more sustainable alternatives.
Travelers Management Ltd - Small Site, Chairman's Cup Winners 2018
Travelers had a challenging but successful year in 2018 with downsizing and relocating to a new office whilst minimising the environmental impact of their move.
Before the move, “Clean Green Friday’s” were arranged helping staff increase recycling, posters were prepared to explain the recycling streams and colour coded bag system in the building. Office furniture was reused in the new office, claimed by staff or donated to charity. Leaflets were given to cleaning staff in the new office to help maximise recycling and to ensure efficient recycling.