Linklaters triumphs at the City of London’s Clean City Awards

Linklaters has been awarded the Chairman’s Cup – the highest accolade – in the Large Site category, at the City of London Corporation’s Clean City Awards.

Now in its 25th year, the Clean City Awards Scheme promotes and rewards best practice in waste management by City of London businesses, recognising efforts and commitment to adopting sustainable waste management practices. This year, there were 107 entries from businesses across the City.

Linklaters received particular commendation for its “Ditch the Dispo” campaign, now in its fourth year, which has prevented one million sets of plastic cutlery from entering circulation since 2017, in addition to, 140,000 coffee cups and lids per annum since 2018.

Suzanne Roberts, Global Environment Practitioner at Linklaters, comments: “Linklaters is immensely proud of being recognised by the City of London Corporation as one of the trailblazers in implementing bold and successful waste minimisation initiatives.

We have continually challenged stakeholders to support new initiatives, the circular economy and minimise our environmental impacts. As a result, we have many well-established initiatives embedded in our work culture and continue to identify opportunities to reduce waste creation further.”

About Linklaters

Our clients want a law firm they can trust, one that stands out for a commitment to investing in them and empowering our teams. We want to stand out for our distinctive Linklaters mind-set so our clients want to work with us above all others.

Delivering excellent client service and using our global capabilities to help them pursue the right opportunities means they benefit from long and lasting relationships.

To put clients at the heart of all we do, we recruit and develop exceptional people empowering them to do and think differently. We serve our clients as a team, with a common focus on innovation, efficiency and agility.

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