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TOMORROW’S CLEANING DECEMBER 09
Far from
bog standard
JohnsonDiversey
Children at Bedford Primary School in
committed to
Bootle, Merseyside, have been treated to
7 sets of brand new school toilets. But
reducing emissions
these are certain not your bog standard
loos. The whole project was led entirely
by the pupils who came up with some
JohnsonDiversey today announced a commitment to triple its reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG)
exciting designs.
emissions under the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Climate Savers program.
With help from the Project Manager,
The company’s original industry leading pledge of an 8% reduction, made in 2008 when it joined
Darren Rigby from Quebicle Themed
the Climate Savers program, is now 25% and will be achieved in the originally committed
Washrooms, the children finalised their
timeframe ending in 2013. This makes JohnsonDiversey one of the first Climate Savers partners
bespoke designs. The new toilets include
to substantially increase its commitment to reduce GHG emissions. The company will invest an
a space theme, complete with twinkling
estimated $14 million to achieve the emissions reduction and will capture cost savings of
stars and alien characters, X Factor
approximately $32 million.
inspired loos with stars, hearts and funky The achievement of this goal will come from operating efficiencies and targeted actions across
shaped mirrors and for the younger every aspect of the company – manufacturing, distribution and general commercial operations.
children giant footprints lead the way to It will not be achieved through the purchase of green energy, utilization of another source’s offsets
colourful dinosaur loos and a ‘garden or the sole reliance on installation of the latest technologies.
theme’ with plants and insects.
JohnsonDiversey Chairman S. Curtis Johnson said the company’s involvement in Climate
Not only do these luxury loos look great,
Savers and its revised target of 25 percent reflects how seriously the company takes its heritage
but they are also environmentally friendly
of environmental leadership.
too, with infra red water savers, dual flush
options and energy efficient high-velocity
“Our commitment to further reduce our GHG emissions and go beyond the initial pledge we made
hand dryers.
when becoming a Climate Savers member demonstrates our company’s passion for providing
a cleaner, healthier future for the world,” Johnson said. .
While I am overjoyed for the children of
Bedford Primary School, it was
www.johnsondiversey.com
disappointing to read the response from
other children on the CBBC News website
who wish that their toilets were up to
scratch too. CLICK HEREto read what
Avica UK Ltd moves South
they had to say.
I would urge others to consider Bog
Avica UK Ltd, the Watford based distributor and most reliable janitorial suppliers
Standard, which promotes better toilets for
of janitorial, medical and catering products in the south east.”
pupils. For more information visit
serving North London and the surrounding
Avica attributes its rapid customer growth
www.bog-standard.org
counties, has expanded south of the Thames
to two criteria – high levels of service and
with the acquisition of London & Southern
excellent partnerships with supplier companies
Hygiene in Tunbridge Wells.
like Metsa Tissue, Jangro, Deb, Numatic and
The London & Southern business has been re- Prochem.
branded Avica, retaining all current staff, whilst
For further information on Avica’s product
planning to expand the customer service team.
range and service please call Tunbridge
Avica has been a member of Jangro since Wells on 01892 511750, or Watford on
1996. The Jangro network is a national 01923 210009.
distribution network of 37 independent
janitorial suppliers, founded by Bryan Squires.
Jeremy Thorn, Avica’s Managing Director said:
“This acquisition enables us to provide a ‘next
day’ service to the whole of the London and
surrounding counties on orders placed by
vica
5pm.” Our aim is to become one of the largest Fast, Friendly, Reliable
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