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Robus Group has enrolled in both the ESI Monitor Community Champion Award and Environmental Business Operations Award

 

We are pleased to announce that Robus Group has enrolled in both ESI Monitor Awards; The Community Champion Award and The Environmental Business Operations Award.

Robus Group have taken a positive step towards sustainability by enrolling in our awards; we are excited to see them join Guernsey’s growing list of green companies. Congratulations Robus Group, and thank you for your commitment to community and sustainability!

 

Community Champion Award

Enrolling into ESI Monitor’s Community Champion Award scheme is a simple and effective way for businesses to demonstrate their commitment, and the contribution they make, to the community they operate in.

The aim of the award is to commend businesses that contribute the most to their local community and to encourage other businesses to attain higher standards. Major adoption will see a significant increase in community-based contributions from organisations across all sectors, making a meaningful difference to the welfare of local persons.

Accredited businesses are listed in our directory as having surpassed our threshold and will be given access to private data, as shown in the table below. This data is provided quarterly for individual businesses to judge their performance and make choices about future contributions. If required, the data can be used by a business to provide relevant parties with verification of their contribution to the community.

You can learn more about the Community Champion scheme and how your business can get involved here.

 

Environmental Business Operations Award

ESI Monitor’s Environmental Business Operations Award is structured as an environmental management system that allows businesses of any sector or size to measure, manage, minimise, and continually improve its operational environmental footprint.

Achieving the Environmental Business Operations Award demonstrates to customers, staff, and business partners that the organisation:

  •  is transitioning to a sustainable future through Sustainable Development Goals 7, 9, 11, 12 & 13;
  •  is committed to reducing its impact on the planet;
  •  actively plans its energy conservation, waste management, and procurement strategy;
  •  raises staff awareness of the importance of environmental issues;
  •  seeks improved ways of managing the organisation’s energy and waste.

The process is broken down into three ‘self-assessment toolkits’ and one final assessment.

 

You can learn more about the Environmental Business Operations Award and how your business can get involved here.

 

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