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WHAT’S NEW?


Hygiene Commercial Director, Nathan Titheridge.


“Sustainability encompasses a range of factors and Essity is committed not only reducing our environmental impact, but also priorities such as improving the wellbeing of people.”


The Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index was launched in 1999 and assesses companies according to economic, environmental and social performance parameters.


TWO NEW SUSTAINABILITY


ACCOLADES FOR ESSITY Tork manufacturer Essity has earned a place in the latest Dow Jones list, one of the most prestigious sustainability indices in the world.


It comes as the global hygiene manufacturer has also been rated the joint most sustainable company in Sweden by the country’s leading financial newspaper.


Essity qualified for inclusion in the 2020 Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index in the Household Products category, receiving high scores for its environmental and


SMC PREMIER EXPANDS TO SMC PREMIER GROUP FOLLOWING REVIEW OF


STRATEGIC SERVICE OFFERING SMC Premier Cleaning limited has changed its name to SMC Premier Group Limited after a strategic review of its service offering.


The Board decided that due to its increased service offering to clients including building services, facilities management, cleaning, compliance services, air conditioning and PPE Supply that the company’s name should reflect the more holistic services.


SMC Premier has built up an enviable reputation for providing service excellence through employing great


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social reporting as well as its work with suppliers, brand work, innovation and climate strategy.


Also, this winter the company gained joint first place in the Dagens Industri sustainability ranking, sharing the accolade with Swedish grocery giants ICA and Axfood. Swedish newspaper Dagens Industri has ranked the country’s most sustainable companies in association with Lund University every year for the past three years.


“The past year has demonstrated how important it is for us to all contribute to improving hygiene standards,” said Essity Professional


Sustainability forms a crucial part of Essity’s remit. Early in 2020 the company unveiled its new Sustainable Life Away from Home strategy to help customers reduce their environmental footprint both at work and in the public arena.


Essity shares insights into the impact of sustainable business practices on people’s lives according to where they work, dine and travel as well as in the home.


www.tork.co.uk/sustainability/world-leader/sustainability


www.tork.co.uk/sustainability/ world-leader/sustainability


now continues this reputational advantage as well as providing prospective clients with better understanding of the more holistic nature of the service offering.


Oliver Byrne, Managing Director of SMC Premier Group said: “Our expansion to SMC Premier Group is certainly exciting and a testament to the quality of services the team provides. With new directors on board and an extended remit we’re looking forward to what the future holds.”


people who drive value adding and innovative ways of working.


The new company name of SMC Premier Group Limited


www.smcpremier.co.uk/facilities-management-services/


For further information on the service offering of SMC Premier Group and a detailed scope of the expansion please visit the website.


www.smcpremier.co.uk/facilities- management-services/


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“Tork has long been a forerunner in sustainability in the professional hygiene sector,” said Nathan. “With innovations that allow end-customers to reduce consumption, cut carbon emissions and minimise waste, Tork also helps businesses and partners to reach their own sustainability targets.”


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