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Green Initiatives

5.7 / 10

(based on 15 ratings in 2016)


"There's a big commitment towards recycling with bins located on every floor. The firm is trying to move away from a paper-based system to an efiling system, so that should help the effort as well."
First year trainee, Leeds
"The facilities team works really hard to reduce the firm's carbon footprint and all of our waste is recycled. However, more could be done to reduce waste and increase awareness throughout the firm, eg paper wastage and disposable cups."
Second year trainee, London
"Using large quantities of paper is still a problem here."
Second year trainee, Manchester


"In terms of reducing the firm's carbon footprint there are recycling bins around the firm."
Second year trainee, London
"I do feel that more could be done in this area, but there is an environmental committee in its fledging stages."
Second year trainee, Manchester
"There is an environmental committee with scope for people to get involved in making the firm a more environmentally friendly place, should they wish to do so. The firm runs schemes like cycle to work to encourage employees to reduce their carbon emissions."
First year trainee, Manchester
"The firm has many schemes across the offices to reduce its carbon footprint: 'follow me' printing, cycle purchase schemes and the like."
First year trainee, Leeds


"The firm's green initiatives are not something that I am really aware of."
First year trainee, Leeds
"The new Milton Gate office was designed around reducing our carbon footprint."
Second year trainee, Manchester
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