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Nurture Landscapes reached carbon neutral four years ahead of target

By TBM Team
29 October 2021
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Nurture Landscapes Group, consisting of Nurture Landscapes and Gavin Jones, was granted internationally-recognised carbon neutral specification for measures at its Surrey head office and at client sites.

The Group has been awarded Carbon Neutral status in accordance with the PAS 2060 specification, four years ahead of target. The firm also holds ISO 14001 and 50001 accreditations for environmental and energy management respectively.

CEO Peter Fane commented:

“In addition to continuing to work alongside our customers and suppliers to ensure that the materials, tools, and techniques we use continue to minimise the impact on our environment, we are investing in significant carbon offsetting projects in Madagascar, Uruguay and the Amazon, which we have chosen because of how close they are to our own activities and industry, rather than how much they cost.”   

Nurture Group maintains sites across the UK, such as business parks, hotels, and Royal gardens, utilising various measures such as battery-powered vehicles and tools. The firm is also reviewing its company vehicle policy in line with advancements made in electric and hybrid technology, and assessing its own supply chain to identify areas on which its carbon footprint can be further reduced.

Moving forwards, Nurture Group has committed to reducing its annual carbon footprint year on year, with individual action points being reviewed every six months.


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