To show we practice the same green lessons that we preach, we’ve launched our own campaign to remind our workforce that cutting carbon is everyone’s job.
Under the motto “Cutting carbon should be everyone’s business” it includes putting up posters on sites and in offices, as well as distributing a mini guide on how to be more environmentally responsible and save money both at work and at home.
Linden Homes technical director David Evans has become a carbon champion to help us reach our targets, and employees can send in their ideas about how to use energy and resources more efficiently.
Across Galliford Try, which is Linden Homes’ parent company, four other senior managers have taken on the same role, showing the key priority of carbon reduction in the award-winning group.
Among them is corporate responsibility manager Gareth Rondel, who said: “We want everyone to take notice of the posters and heed the guidance from the brochure so that we can make the small steps that are necessary to make the big changes.
“It is not just about being more considerate of the environment at work, it is about changing our habits so that good behaviour becomes instinctive.”
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