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Green Initiatives

8.4 / 10

(based on 5 ratings in 2017)


"The company has many recycling facilities and encourages a cycle-to-work scheme."
Graduate, Leeds
"We have biodegradable spoons, knives and forks. There's also the environment wall and the company encourages car sharing."
Marketing, Graduate, High Wycombe


"There are a lot of initiatives to reduce paper usage and recycle."
"We try to reduce our electricity use and reduce the creation of waste on site."
"The Leeds site has a solar panel installed to help with electricity consumption and recycling is a must. They offer a cycle-to-work scheme to encourage anyone who wants to avoid using public transport or their personal vehicle."
"Our company is continually looking into areas where it can reduce its carbon footprint. Some of the most recent initiatives include stricter recycling policies and car sharing."
Marketing, Graduate,
"There are a lot of published initiatives on our website and we have a lot of recycling facilities in the office."
"They have recently won an award for this!"


"99.9% of materials and waste are recycled at the company. You are encouraged to cycle or car share to work. Everything in the office is energy efficient and connected to sensors so as not to be wasteful."
Graduate, Inverness
"There is a good set up for reducing the company's carbon footprint, with recycling bins etc."
Graduate, Maidenhead
"Johnson & Johnson has a variety of schemes implemented in and outside of the office to improve its carbon footprint."
Midlevel, Maidenhead
"Recycling is strongly encouraged in all areas of the business. There is also a focus towards using digital means instead of print to reduce the use of paper."
Graduate, High Wycombe


"The energy consumption of the site is monitored on a daily basis. We have solar panels installed on the roofs of buildings, as well as recycling points for waste materials and censored lighting throughout all areas of the site. Employees are also encouraged to cycle to work through the annual promotion of the cycle to work scheme, and lift sharing is also encouraged."
Graduate, Inverness
"Most lights are censored so we are not wasting electricity and there is a big focus on recycling here."
Graduate, Antwerp
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