We’ve been making big changes to our operations in 2023! Check out our latest sustainability efforts below!

To keep on track of our target to reach net zero direct emissions (scope 1 & 2) by 2030, we’ve taken a dive into our operations to discover where we can make invaluable emission savings that will help reduce our environmental impact!

Read on to find out our latest sustainability efforts and see if you could make similar changes within your organisation.

Introducing our new electric van!

Proudly introducing our new electric van! With a bright green design that stands out, we’re hoping to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to reduce our scope 1 & 2 emissions and inspire others to do the same. Transitioning our vehicles to electric is just one of our initiatives to help us reach net zero by 2030 or sooner.

We hope to add more electric vehicles to our delivery fleet very soon!

We’ve installed solar panels at our Bury HQ!

To reduce our scope 2 emissions, we’ve begun installing solar panels at our Bury HQ which will provide renewable power to our offices by the end of the year.

We’re reducing the carbon footprint of our staff commutes!

As well as looking for ways to improve our sustainability, we also look for ways to help our staff reduce their carbon footprint. To help reduce the emissions of our staff commutes, we have started to offset the mileage of our staff commutes through the purchasing of carbon credits that support carbon-reducing projects around the globe.

In addition to this, we’ve installed EV charging points at our Bury HQ, encouraging staff to switch to an electric vehicle by providing them with an easily accessible charging point at work.

These are just a few of the changes that we’ve implemented this year as we continue to cut our direct emissions. We hope that our sustainability efforts demonstrate that even small operational changes can make a big difference when cutting the emissions of your organisation.

We will cut our scope 1 and 2 emissions by 80% 2025 against our 2020 baseline and by 90% by the year 2028. By breaking down our net zero target into smaller goals, we’re able to monitor our progress more easily.