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Green Initiatives

8.0 / 10

(based on 8 ratings in 2018)


"We try to make no plastic waste and recycling bins are everywhere. We're going paper free too, so it's pretty good I guess."
First year trainee, Birmingham
"People are generally quite conscious but I haven't seen any particular initiatives and I don't think we recycle as much as we could."
First year trainee, Nottingham
"We have biodegradable cartons and cutlery in No 44 ( the café) and we are working towards being paperless."
First year trainee, Manchester
"We have recycling bins and people who are appointed to encourage recycling."
First year trainee, Nottingham
"The firm encourages recycling and not printing paper if it is not needed. However, they make sure this also doesn't go so far as to impact on the day-to-day working of the firm."
First year trainee, Nottingham
"A conscious effort is made to improve efficiency and reduce the firm's carbon footprint, which is a key area for the firm."
Second year trainee, Nottingham


"We are primarily a paperlite office with a huge emphasis on recycling. All food packaging from the office cafe is recyclable."
Second year trainee, Birmingham
"There is a dedicated team to work on this."
Second year trainee, Birmingham
"I think the firm needs to put more time and effort into its green initiatives. We do have duplex printing as default but there isn't a lot else that the firm does to reduce its carbon footprint or to incentivise people into behaving more responsibly."
Second year trainee, Birmingham
"We have lots of initiatives to reduce the firm's carbon footprint and to look after the environment including paperlite (where documents should only be printed if absolutely necessary) and encouraging car sharing or the use of the cycle to work scheme."
First year trainee, Nottingham
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