It’s not just out on the road that Taylor Made works hard to drive down its impact on the environment. In the office, power-saving LED lights help to reduce the amount of energy we consume, benefitting our bank balance as well as our green credentials.
As a company that embraces technology we are working hard to become as paperless as possible, with all billing and payments performed electronically. We recycle any paper that we use, along with cans and even old computer equipment. The kitchen even features eco-save microwaves.
By embracing Cloud technology, we have been able to increase the number of working at home opportunities. That means less staff driving in to work, which means less cars on the road and less pollution in the air.
Nigel Taylor says that taking sustainability seriously isn’t just a box ticking exercise for him. “As a CEO or Managing Director it can be easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day and not step back to look at the bigger picture. As business owners we have a responsibility to look at the impact we’re having on the environment and try to reduce any negative effects wherever possible. After all, if we want there to be a world for our businesses to operate in in years to come, we need to take action now.”
Looking to the future, Nigel says he’s already spotted room for improvement and is looking into the possibility of using solar power. “As battery technology is evolving, it’s making solar panels an even more viable option,” he said. “If we could harvest the power of the sun and store it at night we could potentially become self-sufficient when it comes to our energy needs.”
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