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ISS is Major Supporter for Business Clean Up Australia in 2020

ISS is a Major Supporter for Business Clean Ups in 2020. As a leading provider of facility services to Australian businesses, ISS is thrilled with this new partnership, which aligns with our social responsibility values of environmental sustainability and community engagement.
Clean Up Australia Day is the largest community mobilisation event in the Asia Pacific Region. In 2019, the program inspired almost 700,000 Australians to remove rubbish from their natural environment. Clean Up Australia Day focuses the public’s attention on the impact of specific rubbish items and the need for better resource recovery.

ISS is a major business supporter for Business Clean Up Day on 25th February, which is held during the week prior to the main community day on Sunday 1st March. More than 750 businesses are expected to take part in Business Clean Ups during 2020 and empower their employees to clean up their local communities.

ISS CEO – Australia and New Zealand, Scott Davies, comments: “ISS is proud to partner with Clean Up Australia in a program dedicated to tackling Australia’s waste challenges. As one of the country’s largest facility services companies, we help businesses reduce their environmental footprint every day through our sustainable cleaning and waste management practices. This partnership aligns strongly with our CSR values that provide practical solutions to help us all live more sustainably.”

CUA CEO Terrie-Ann Johnson provides comment on the ISS and CUA partnership: “With Australians creating the equivalent of 10kg of household rubbish per person per week, there has never been a better time for businesses to Step Up to Clean Up and support the communities near where they work. We spend more time at work than we do at play – and Business Clean Up action is all about getting together with your colleagues to make a real difference right on your doorstep. We are delighted to welcome ISS Facility Services to the team.”

As a major supporter of Business Clean Up Day, ISS plans to harness its sizable national workforce to help make a difference. Scott Davies continues: “Across Australia, we have around 14,000 employees who are geographically dispersed over a large number of sites in the Aviation, Health, Resources, Education and Business & Industry sectors. We aim to leverage the power of our employee numbers and partner with our customers to create multiple Clean-Up events across the country, to really make a difference to our local communities”.

Operating worldwide, ISS Group is one of the world’s largest facility services companies. Across Australia ISS provide cleaning, catering, property, aviation security and support services for hundreds of customers. We are excited about our new partnership with Business Clean Up Australia and the opportunity to get involved to help make a cleaner and more sustainable country.


About ISS:
ISS helps the world work better. In partnership with customers, ISS drives the engagement and well-being of people, minimises the impact on the environment, and protects and maintains property. ISS brings all of this to life through a unique combination of data, insight and service excellence at offices, factories, airports, hospitals and other locations across the globe. In 2018, ISS Group’s global revenue amounted to DKK 73.6 billion. ISS has operations in more than 70 countries with 485,908 employees spread across Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas. For more information on the ISS Group, visit www.issworld.com

About Clean Up Australia:

Founded by Ian Kiernan, AO in 1993, Clean Up Australia is one of the country’s most recognised and trusted environmental organisations, inspiring and empowering communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment. More than 17.7 million Australians have participated in a Clean Up activity over the past 30 years donating 35 million hours across more than 185,000 locations.

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