From preventing over 145,000 tonnes of CO2 from entering the atmosphere, to restoring 12 hectares of land for heathland restoration, our team worked extremely hard to continuously improve and grow.
This report highlights key areas that showcase the results of hundreds of hours of teamwork, that have been dedicated to ensure our activities have as positive an impact as possible to our immediate surroundings.
Read the report here: Eco Sustainability Report 2021
Is Waste to Energy a Renewable Energy Resource?
Waste to Energy incinerators take waste from everyday sources and burn it to produce electricity (through creating steam and turning turbines). You can read more about them and how they work in our recent blog, here. However, in recent years, a question surrounding Waste to Energy has surfaced. Is Waste to Energy a renewable energy resource? […]
The House Made of Straw
It may seem as though houses have been built the same for years, if not hundreds of years, with very small changes happening to make them more effective as time goes by. We’ve introduced triple glazing, cavity walls, more efficient insulation and energy efficient heating solutions but there’s one building material that remains unchanged throughout […]
5 Everyday changes you can make to reduce your carbon footprint
Everyone is away of their carbon footprint. We all know that we should be doing more to limit the damage that we do to the environment, but what do you do? It’s difficult to know where to start and short of selling your car for an electric one (or better yet, a bike), installing solar […]