Best Practice Award February 2023 Winner – Crest Nicholson

  • Project Duration: 6 Years
  • Project Status: 2.5 Years
  • Diversion Rate: 98%

Crest Nicholson’s – Ackender Hill development in Alton has won Ecofficiency’s Best Practice Award for February 2023.

Crest Nicholson Ackender Hill has been presented with the Best Practice Award for February 2023 based on these three categories:

  • Most Improved Site Performance
  • Excellent Diversion Rate: 98%
  • Mayur and his site teams’ enthusiastic attitude toward segregation and the Managed Waste Service

When Ecofficiency reviewed the Crest Nicholson site at Ackender Hill, a complete evaluation was undertaken by the waste management team, who proposed the following:

  • A complete redesign of the waste management area
  • Toolbox talks to be presented to all trades on site regularly
  • Colour-coded signage for all skips along with handouts given on site to reinforce waste segregation

As a result of using Ecofficiency’s collaborative approach to waste management – Ackender Hill is now achieving consistently good results on site, scoring high on the monthly site assessments and being proactive with their waste management.

The monthly site assessment scores have seen a 566% increase over the course of 2 years. This can only be achieved by having full engagement from all the site team, to improve waste management performance on site.

Site Manager for Crest Nicholson, Mayur Shingadia, said “We have been working with Ecofficiency for around eight months now. They have put a lot of resource with various training, site assessments and Toolbox Talk’s at our site in Alton. During this time, the site has improved in all aspects of Waste Management and segregation at source and it has become a focus for all of our team, including site management, forklift drivers and trades.

Ecofficiency has shown that nothing is too much trouble with more training and TBT’s and used innovative signage and bags to give trades more options to segregate their waste. We are looking forward to working with Ecofficiency on all aspects of waste in the future”.

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