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13.03.2019, 13:30

Partnering to Save the Planet

Company News, Cleaning & Waste Management, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, EMEA, Service Provider News

Churchill Group is eliminating 60,000 plastic product containers used by its cleaning operatives every year as a result of a pioneering partnership with Jangro, the largest network of janitorial distributors in the UK and Ireland.

 

The partnership to develop 100 per cent sustainable glass cleaner, hard surface cleaner, washroom cleaner, descaling and floor maintenance products that require less water. has resulted in a novel packaging solution based on phosphate-free sachets that are easily transported.

     

Describing the partnership as the first step in the support services group's environmental impact charter, Churchill managing director, Joel Briggs, said:

"This market-leading range of sustainable cleaning consumables demonstrates our commitment to positive change.

 

"We are proud to work with our long-standing partner, Jangro, on this innovation."

 

Jangro CEO Jo Gilliard, added:

"We are delighted to have worked with our partner Churchill to develop these environmentally-friendly cleaning solutions. Churchill and Jangro share the same ethical ethos and this is just the latest example of our industry-leading partnership." 

 

Jangro will be showcasing the new cleaning products at FM Industry partner event, the Cleaning Show, from 19 to 21 March at ExCeL London.

 

 

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