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In light of Circular Economy week, we have been reflecting on the important contributions Crown has made over time toward a future circular economy.
As businesses thoughts are focused on the return to work after the latest lockdown, we are helping clients to prepare their offices for a post-COVID world whilst ensuring that doing so doesn’t cost the earth.
As part of a sustainable clearance project for Amwins Global Risks, we were recently able to assist eleven schools and charities across London with a huge amount of furniture, electricals and equipment.
We were delighted to support VISA (VPL) with the donation of quality used furniture and equipment to SS Peter & Paul’s Catholic Primary School in Ilford as part of their sustainable clearance project.
Crown Workspace has been independently refurbishing and repairing Herman Miller furniture since 2011, and now has now been named an authorised refurbishment partner for the iconic brand.
As part of the BITC Circular Economy (CE) Taskforce, we have been guiding organisations to embrace less wasteful, more sustainable, and circular practice in the workplace. Check out the ‘Guide to delivering carbon-friendly workplace transition’ now:
As organisations return to the workplace, adjustments to working practices will undoubtedly need to be taken. We have a range of services to support you through these challenging times.
The significant impact we are having on people and the planet has been taken to heart by large parts of the global population and is influencing everything from what we invest in and who we work for, to what products we buy and who we will buy them from.
There are many factors which influence trends in workspace design and workplace culture, so planning for life after Covid-19 is no easy task for businesses that want to look beyond 2020.
Right now, COVID-19 feels like the only talking point – and there’s no doubt it will inspire hygiene and health and safety trends for the foreseeable future.
Sustainability should be at the forefront of every industry. To break things down, take a look at these areas to see what you might be able to change to make your business more circular!
The British office is embracing a surprising new interior trend for summer – moss! Some of the biggest brands in the world are tapping into a new trend towards greenery in the office.