At EMCOR UK, we are committed to using our expertise to make a positive difference to the environmental impact of our business, our customers, and our stakeholders.
Our environmental capabilities extend across many sectors, covering a diverse range of customers for both private and public sector portfolios, including: manufacturing, utilities, government, and multi-tenanted retail environments.
EMCOR UK was the first facilities management company in the UK to be awarded BS 8903 -Principles and Framework for Procuring Sustainably - which helps ensure environmental and social good practices to our customers.
EMCOR UK works with customers to identify priority areas and develop targets and action plans for continual improvement. Whether it’s one building or multiple buildings across a geographic area, EMCOR UK helps customers move towards a more environmentally friendly footprint.
We have helped customers surpass recycling and CO2 reduction targets by carrying out energy audits, monthly energy consumption reviews, and implementing energy saving initiatives for air filters, heating, lighting, and air-conditioning. We also work with the employees and staff to encourage them to be more energy aware.
EMCOR UK delivers robust and legally compliant waste management solutions for both hazardous and non-hazardous waste. Our waste management services, which are bespoke to each customer's needs, are delivered through experienced teams that focus on waste hierarchy, whilst working in accordance with all relevant laws, customers environmental policies, technical guidelines, and standards.
EMCOR UK is certified to ISO 14001:2015 - environmental management systems. This certification requires that we consider and manage all environmental issues relevant to our operations, such as air pollution, water and effluent issues, waste management, land contamination, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and resource use and efficiency.
A part of our ISO 14001 registration requires that all our employees receive mandatory Environmental Awareness training, so they fully understand our broader environmental responsibilities and the important part they play by following operational controls to manage our activities and their associated environmental risks.