We’re committed to developing our business in accordance with sustainable principles and work closely with our clients to introduce sustainable solutions wherever possible.
OCS and Auckland Airport - New Zealand
OCS NZ collaborated with Auckland Airport, the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Air New Zealand to find an improved method of dealing with aircraft cabin waste. The project developed an innovative way of reusing processed aircraft cabin waste. By using this new system, we were able to recycle more than half of all waste (57% of 114 tonnes). In addition, a new biosecurity and transitional waste facility at Auckland Airport has attracted attention from other international airports. The initiative is now well regarded as an innovative approach to recycling reusable aircraft cabin waste.
Cannon Hygiene and United Drugs - Ireland
An example of innovation in washroom technology, Cannon Hygiene, in partnership with United Drugs, recently installed the CannonFlo waterless urinal system at United Drugs premises in City West. Cannon’s new waterless cisterns resulted in an annual cost saving for the client of €9,456. The CannonFlo system also produced a water saving of 8,199 m³ and an annual carbon saving of 1,599kg for the greater Dublin community.
OCS and NEC Group - UK
At NEC Group OCS takes full responsibility for waste management, including the day-to-day operation of the onsite Waste Pre-Treatment Centre (WPTC) and all waste streams. We achieved zero to landfill in just two months.Cannon Hygiene and Siam Cement Group - Thailand
Cannon Hygiene in Thailand collaborates with Siam Cement Group (SCG) to improve the standard of public toilets with a focus on educating users about hygiene and ensuring an excellent user experience. Cannon Hygiene and SCG worked together to help raise awareness of public washroom hygiene with a series of public events and exhibitions. SCG worked with the Ministry of Industry to build temporary public toilets to facilitate the needs of mourners planning to pay homage to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Through their partnership with SGP, Cannon Hygiene were able to install Feminine Hygiene Units in public washrooms at six different locations around Sanam Luang (an open field and public park in front of the Grand Palace, Bangkok). These public toilets have been at Sanam Luang since November 2016, and have been visited by approximately 600,000 users.