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Corporate responsibility

Case Studies



Our move to an environmentally friendly office


In December 2016, ISS moved into Velocity – its new head office in Weybridge, Surrey. Environmental considerations were an important part of the selection process for this new site and we’re confident that we’ll see reduced impacts in number of areas, most importantly in energy consumption. Velocity is rated as a BREEAM “Excellent” Building and its typical energy use per year has been modelled as 15 KWh/FT2/ year versus 34 KWh/FT2/ year for a typical office. We’re also excited about some of its other cutting edge features, such as solar photovoltaic panels on the roof, rainwater harvesting and 4 electric car charging points by the entrance. These offer potential for us to strengthen our commitment to renewable energy.

Eart hour 2017

Earth Hour

Our MyISS app hosted ‘pledge platforms’ where people signed-up their client’s sites to participate in the Earth Hour. This led to over 2000 ISS and client buildings, both in the UK and globally, to sign up to Earth Hour 2018. Gareth Redmond-King, Head of Climate & Energy WWF UK – thanked us for our participation and support.

 

“We want to say a huge thank you to everyone at ISS for their

support for Earth Hour this year. It’s this support, from businesses

and individuals, that has helped WWF provide solutions for the

environment challenges we face. Earth Hour has influenced climate

policy in Argentina, Ecuador and Wales, and is responsible for a ban

on plastic in the Galapagos islands.

 

But our work is far from finished. By making a promise for the

planet and making a simply lifestyle change such as switching to

green energy or buying a reusable coffee cup, you can be part of

the solution. We can stop climate change and restore the planet,

which is why we need everyone including ISS staff, clients friends

and family to take part in Earth Hour this Saturday”.

 

Gareth Redmond-King, Head of Climate and Energy WWF UK

 

ISS EcoCentre – Driving Energy and Sustainability excellence in our client base

Our technical services division supports a number of large UK businesses to monitor, manage and reduce their energy and utilities consumption. Our EcoCentre solution enables us to centrally conduct sophisticated analysis, reporting and forecasting of energy consumption across clients sites and links directly with our mobile ISS engineers who carry out bespoke work orders to improve energy efficiency.