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New Operations Manager for Lita Group


UK cleaning and facilities management company, Lita Group, has brought in industry specialist Nick Carley as the new Operations Manager for key accounts of its cleaning and facilities mangement division.


Nick, who has 25 years’ experience, has been brought in to strengthen the division to the benefit of its broad customer base. He will lead a team of 20 professionals who between them clean over 3 million sq ft per week of floor space in sectors including logistics, education, retail, and financial services across the UK.


Nick’s career has seen him work for MBNA, JLL, CBRE and IFM Services. Most recently he set up and ran his own successful consultancy to allow engagement with companies focusing on specific tasks and interim cover both in the US and EMEA.


Nick joins Lita Group's senior leadership team to work closely with fellow Operations Manager, Debbie Randall, Lita Group’s Head of Sales, Ed Walker, and the rest of the experienced management team.


Nick commented: “Lita Group is an exceptional group of companies and I’m extremely proud to be playing a major role in the next phase of its ongoing success story."


Chris Holder, HR Director for Lita Group, adds: “We are delighted to have attracted Nick. Working with Debbie, Ed and the wider team, Nick’s focus will be on providing excellent customer service to ensure that together we deliver our ambitious strategic and commercial objectives for the long-term.”


www.litagroupfm.co.uk Setting the Carbon Neutral standard


Specialist Window Cleaning (SWC) has become a carbon neutral window cleaning company, achieving CarbonNeutral company certification in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol.


To achieve this certification, SWC worked with carbon neutrality and climate finance experts, Natural Capital Partners. SWC had an independent assessment of greenhouse gas emissions produced from the company’s day-to-day activities.


Over the last two years, SWC has reduced their emissions as much as possible through a variety of sustainable initiatives, such as renewing vehicles within their fleet with fully electric models when leases expire, eliminating single-use plastic from operations, providing new sustainability training for staff, and committing to employing local people wherever possible.


To meet their carbon neutral goal, their offsetting programme delivers finance to a portfolio of emission reduction projects. These include the ACRE Amazonian Rainforest Conservation project and several renewable energy projects around the world, supporting the transition to a low carbon global economy. All projects are independently verified to assure emission reductions are occurring.


Chris Thomas, Commercial Director at SWC commented: “Achieving this certification provides transparent, third-party assurance to our clients that with SWC, their window cleaning requirements will have lower impact on the environment and will assist them in achieving their own carbon reduction targets too.”


Saskia Feast, Managing Director, Global Client Solutions at Natural Capital Partners said: “The voluntary action taken by companies like SWC is accelerating the transition to a net zero economy, delivering impacts and results today according to a well-established and transparent framework of best practice.”


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