We are proud of our ISO 14001 accreditation. Sustainability is at the heart of our business.
Environmental impact, as well as functionality and cost, are key deciding factors in all product design, waste management, packaging, and service systems. We seek to use recyclable materials wherever possible, without compromising safety or quality.
The water bottle industry has thrived on consumerism and has since exceeded the boundaries of luxury by becoming an everyday essential item in an average person’s life. We believe that this cycle is a trend that is not sustainable. AHS has introduced a recyclable solution to this environmental problem.
Our ECOpro Mats are made from plastic recycled from bottles. The mat has great dirt capture properties, shorter drying times and higher heat resistance. It is one of our environmentally friendly alternatives, for those who appreciate cleanliness in the building while reducing plastic waste that damages our natural environment.
Reducing Water and Energy Usage
Our washroom services help you to save energy and water usage whilst ensuring a clean and safe environment for your staff and visitors.
Our innovative solutions reduce the amount of energy and water required for systems that are traditionally high-usage including urinal and WC flushing, hand washing, and drying. We ensure all systems work as efficiently as possible while never compromising on hygiene.
This enables you to reduce costs, meet sustainability targets, and take care of the health of your staff and visitors.
80% of all waste in the UK goes to landfill which can lead to air, water, and ground pollution.
We continually review and seek new development and technology that will make our services and our customers greener.
An estimated 2 billion sanitary products including needles and tampons are flushed down Britain’s toilets each year. Many of these end up in rivers, the sea or washed up on the beach.
At AHS, we are committed to the environment and your health. Our waste management solutions support the national Bag It Bin It campaign to promote the responsible disposal of personal products.