To support businesses of all sizes and industries, we’re hosting a carbon-busting webinar completely free.
Wednesday the 12th of May at 2pm
Hosted by our Commercial Director and sustainability champion, Alan Dukinfield, the webinar will provide a wide range of information that can be applied to many different businesses no matter their size or industry.
As an ITAD and WEEE recycling specialist, we help businesses with their sustainability by helping them to reuse electronic products and responsibly recycle items that would otherwise go to landfill. We want to help as many businesses as possible build on their current sustainability efforts to become more eco-friendly, reduce their carbon footprint, and do their bit for our climate.
‘Climate change is a massive issue – and I think businesses and individuals can improve things to tackle the problem. We’re on a journey ourselves towards carbon neutrality and the webinar is all about sharing that with you.’ – Alan Dukinfield, Webinar Host
Why reduce your business carbon footprint?
There are many different benefits to reducing your business’s carbon footprint. With the Government’s plans to cut 68% of UK emissions by 2030, it’s more important than ever for businesses to reduce their environmental impact and help to reduce our country’s emissions.
Of course, doing your bit for our atmosphere and environment is a large part of why you should seek to reduce your carbon emissions, but there are also many benefits besides this.
Along with lowering your environmental impact, reducing your carbon footprint presents other opportunities. Saving money, increasing work efficiency, and generating appeal to your customers are just a few of the other advantages.
What will you learn during this webinar?
- How to measure your carbon footprint and make a carbon reduction plan.
- How to make your initiatives work long term.
- Ways to gain buy-in and support from staff and stakeholders to support your business efforts.
Along with general insights and advice, we will also be conducting a Q&A at the end of the webinar. This will open the floor to attendees to ask questions and gain tailored advice specific to their business.
The webinar is completely free of charge and open to anyone. Register your place for the 12th of May and start building your business sustainability.