We aim to have a measurable and positive impact within every community in which we work, creating a positive atmosphere by employing locally where possible and through volunteering or financial contributions. We donate recyclable materials and have improved our charitable donations and fundraising activities through streamlining the charity process.
We are also reducing negative impacts which arise from the works we carry out. For example, reducing disruption in London and other cities by using no-dig techniques to decrease the footprint of our street works, which also reduces the amount of waste we have to move around and the disturbance caused by transport lorries. Since 2010 we have also been replacing conventional generator powered temporary traffic lights with battery and solar powered systems, which are more environmentally friendly, and also reduce noise pollution and carbon emissions.
In many cases, it is our staff not our client’s who have direct contact with the public, and in these instances we represent not only our business but theirs as well. As such, our focus is always 100% on our client’s customers, and this is an area in which we are always pleased to receive positive feedback:
“They allowed us to park at night, and moved the restrictions for those that didn’t work during the day. It was refreshing to find people operating common sense and consideration and not out of dogma.”
“They worked in difficult conditions and at an inconvenient time in order to make sure that we had water for Christmas. It was also good to be kept well informed via the website.”
“I am writing to express my gratitude to your employees who helped me when I had a flat tyre last Thursday they were very polite and helpful and are a credit to Clancy Docwra. Please pass on my thanks to them both.”