Savills is one of the UK’s leading property managing agents, with an international network of over 600 offices and associates. They provide a range of specialist advice, management, and transactional service to their clients. Their UK portfolio has waste requirements at around 450 locations.
Savills were using multiple suppliers across the estate to collect waste, with a non-uniform approach.
As a result of the fragmented approach, Savills had low visibility of their processes, total spend on waste or levels of recycling and recovery figures.
Rather than tender their existing services and only enjoy a unit rate improvement, Savills engaged with us to develop a strategy to achieve zero to landfill by the end of 2016.
We delivered a uniformed approach to invoicing all waste services and provided central reporting on recycling figures and waste spend. This approach was cost-neutral.
For continuous improvement plans and cost reduction, we provide Savills with dedicated account management who focus on delivering recycling-led solutions.
Our rationalisation programme saw a reduction in some 93 separate collections companies down to 42.