Sustainability

Demonstrating a commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), including sustainable awareness and Government legislation.

Carbon 2018 understands the need for property professionals to demonstrate a commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), including sustainable awareness and Government legislation.

Carbon 2018’s Sustainability Master Plan has been introduced to guide clients through issues related to sustainability. The Sustainability Master Plan goes beyond environmental issues and provides information on energy improvements that fall outside the scope of legislation, with associated costs and likely payback periods for each initiative.

Carbon 2018’s Sustainability Master Plans will provide clients with assistance with:

  • Identifying environmental non-compliance issues on site;
  • Reducing energy usage on site; and
  • Identifying waste and water reduction opportunities

The Sustainability Master Plan provides organisations with an understanding of where action is required to either prevent an environmental incident or to reduce the environmental impact of the site on the local area. The Sustainability Master Plan goes beyond environmental issues and provides information on energy improvements that fall outside the scope of legislation with associated costs and likely payback periods for each initiative.

The Sustainability Master Plan will review:

  • Waste; Flood risk;
  • Transport;
  • Ground Maintenance;
  • Litter, Noise and Odour;
  • Raw Materials (storage compliance).

The resulting report will give organisations information on improvements to the processes that will increase sustainability performance. This can place the company in an advantageous position in terms of its Corporate Social Responsibility objectives.

If you would like to discuss any Sustainability issues, please contact our Sustainability team on 01252 87 87 22