Helping Grosvenor turn waste into a talking point

by Wardour – Apr 19, 2018

It’s not easy being green, but it’s becoming ever more important for businesses in all industries to keep their carbon footprint in check.

And if you’re doing it, it’s a message worth sharing with both your staff and your customers.

Research by Global Tolerance in 2015 found that 42% of the UK’s workforce wishes to work for an organisation that has a positive impact on the world, whilst a more recent study from Unilever found 21% of consumers would actively choose to use brands if they made their sustainability credentials clearer.

As part of our work with diversified property group Grosvenor, we recently spent the day with their recycling partner First Mile, and discussed how they are working together to reduce waste across their estate.

You can watch our video below:

If you’re looking to share your story, we can help. Contact us at hello@wardour.co.uk to find out more or call us on: +44(0)20 7010 0999.

Published Apr 19, 2018

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