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Churchill Recognised for Environmental Governance

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Churchill Services has achieved a Silver award in the Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) annual assessment of UK facility services providers’ environmental, social and corporate governance.

Run by sustainability consultancy Acclaro Advisory, the SFMI is a sustainability benchmark for the FM sector which is dedicated to embedding sustainability into the management and operations of organisations operating in facilities management. Its organisers present it as an opportunity for businesses to improve their performance, make sustainability part of the everyday, and accept independent scrutiny with the objective of challenging them to achieve even more.

Acclaro assessed Churchill against 23 different Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria, with the soft services provider recorded its biggest improvements since a previous assessment in 2021 which resulted in a Bronze award in the ‘governance’ assessment.

The award particularly recognises Churchill’s performance in the areas of management systems and compliance.

In 2022, the company achieved the gold medal for sustainability from EcoVadis, a global sustainability accreditor.

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Hannah Dales, group environment manager for Churchill, comments: “We are delighted to have been awarded silver in the 2022 SFMI assessment. We are committed to embedding sustainability into our operations and culture, and it is fantastic to be recognised in this way.”

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