Mitie toasts to £38m waste and cleaning contract with Mitchells & Butlers

MITIE, THE FTSE 250 strategic outsourcing company, has been awarded a £38m waste management and cleaning contract with Mitchells & Butlers, the leading operator of restaurants and pubs in the UK.

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The new contract is for a three year period and builds upon Mitie’s existing relationship with Mitchells & Butlers.

 

Mitie will provide recycling and environmental services at 1,600 restaurants and pubs all over the UK, offering Mitchells & Butlers an innovative approach to recycling and increased efficiencies. Mitie will also deliver cleaning at 650 establishments, standardising service levels across the estate.

 

Martyn Freeman, managing director of Mitie's Facilities Management business, commented: “We are delighted to be working with Mitchells & Butlers, and building on our strong relationship to provide them with our world-class environmental services.

 

“This important contract award demonstrates how Mitie can bring value, innovation and high quality services to clients through a strategic FM model.”

 

Jamie Swanston, head of corporate and retail procurement at Mitchells & Butlers, highlighted why the decision was taken to award the contract to Mitie: “Mitie demonstrated its ability to manage an estate of the scale and diversity of Mitchells & Butlers. Its innovative solution to waste management aligns with our strategy of improving our sustainable waste management performance and reducing our costs”

 

Mitchells & Butlers owns a portfolio of brands including Harvester, Toby Carvery, All Bar One, O’Neills’s, Nicholson’s, Miller & Carter, Browns and Vintage Inns.

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