The urge to embrace environmental sustainability can be to reduce costs and maintain margins, to achieve regulatory compliance or in response to supply chain pressure. However, others see it as a route to creating a competitive advantage by building brand or reputational value. The particularly farsighted grasp the opportunity to protect their organisation by creating operational resilience in an increasingly resource-constrained world.
We help our clients to shape their environmental sustainability strategy and chart a path to net-zero carbon. Our consulting methodology links expert consultancy to actionable insight through:
Achieving environmental sustainability is becoming increasingly important for all organisations and we understand the drive to reduce carbon emissions has become a key business priority.
To that end, Inenco can report Net Zero Carbon emissions against consumed electricity, natural gas, company owned and leased vehicles, and from private vehicles used for business travel.
This has been achieved through the procurement of electricity from green and renewable sources and through the purchase of carbon offsets from community-based pollution and energy reduction schemes. Read more on how we’re reducing our impact on the environment here.
Inenco is committed to being a net zero carbon organisation by 2050, in line with the UK Government’s intent for the country as a whole. We continue to work hard to identify further ways to reduce our carbon footprint, but in the meantime, we have committed to offset the rest of our carbon by supporting the Darfur Cookstove Project that provides a low carbon, cleaner source of cooking to struggling communities in Sudan.
The Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management has been a longstanding advocate of the importance of sustainability and have undertaken a detailed survey garnering the changing views of their members for over 10 years.
Inenco has been delighted to collaborate with IWFM on this important piece of research. This year’s survey opened for responses in July, several months after the global coronavirus pandemic began to take over our lives. COVID-19 has already tested workplace and facilities management professionals in so many ways and it has naturally shaped the responses we have received in the survey.
Our focus is on shaping our collective future through practical services and expert advice that will improve sustainability outcomes for our people, clients and the communities in which we all live and work.
Speak to one of Inenco’s experts to find out how we can help your business with your environmental sustainability strategy and chart a path to net-zero carbon.