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Green Initiatives

7.5 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2017)


"There seems to be a lot of emphasis on green initiatives and reducing carbon emissions. There are also opportunities to participate in these projects."
Graduate, Crawley
"We have recycling facilities, energy-saving notices and further advice present in most offices. Carbon emissions from company vehicles are also being tackled. However, there are a number of cases where these facilities or directions aren't followed and this can be difficult to tackle."
Graduate, London
"There are many innovation projects around Low Carbon London."
Entry level, London
"Any initiatives must first be profitable, then sustainable."
Graduate, London & Crawley
"Good initiatives are thought up by our innovation teams but are not always implemented across the company enough."
Midlevel, London


"We have recycling in the office, a bike4work scheme, connecting renewable energy projects, moving to tablets and smartphones which should reduce the amount of paperwork."
Graduate, Bury St Edmunds
"The company is making increased efforts with tracking printing usage as well as reduced CO2 emissions for company cars."
Graduate, Crawley
"The company is the leader of the Low Carbon London project, a project aimed to tackle the challenges London's electricity network will face in trying to achieve a 60% reduction in carbon emissions by 2025."
Graduate, London
"I believe the company reviews its carbon footprint at all times and always try to improve."
Entry level, Crawley
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