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MEET Zurich


Zurich is a global insurance company which is organised into three core business segments: General Insurance, Global Life and Farmers. Zurich employs 55,000 people, with customers in 215 countries and territories.

There are 15 Zurich offices in the UK. Zurich pride themselves on being sustainable across their facilities, from power sources to office stationary suppliers to food and drinks suppliers.

There are currently 31 Belu filtration systems installed across Zurich’s UK offices.

joining the belu collective

‘‘Zurich have a long relationship with BELU in our UK offices and we’ve seen the relationship grow with more and more of our filtrations taps coming through BELU.

The BELU team are so inspiring and engaging. Every BELU pound makes a real difference, so we’re changing the way the world sees water together.”

Louise Sheppard
UK Head of Workplace Services

Good for people, planet and Business

Introducing BELU filtration across Zurich’s offices has meant the Zurich team have still and sparkling, chilled and hot water, readily available at the touch of a button.

Employee wellbeing is key for Zurich and ensuring everyone is well hydrated and has a good reason to take a quick break from their screens for a drink is all part of delivering that.

Switching to BELU filtration has enabled Zurich to eradicate the need for single use plastic bottles throughout the business. Less waste, a lower carbon footprint and less of a logistical and storage challenge. Good news all round.


Zurich’s UK team have developed a sustainability strategy that delivers on three key themes: changing climate; confidence in a digital society; and work sustainability.

To support a changing climate, Zurich have signed up to the UN business pledge to limit the rise in global temperature to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels – the target set at the 2015 Paris Climate Change Summit to prevent the worst impacts of climate change.

Zurich are also committed to making sure their workplaces are fit for the future by piloting new ways of working, re-skilling and upskilling their employees.

The organisation has been carbon neutral since 2014 and aims to be a net-zero emissions business by 2050.