TipTop Media is a carbon-neutral business. What does that mean? We work hard to ensure that the emissions produced by our company are offset elsewhere. This means that we don’t have zero emissions, but we contribute to reducing greenhouse gases overall.
How We Are A Carbon Neutral Business
We analysed every part of our business to assess our environmental impact and then took the necessary steps to reduce our carbon footprint to be Green Small Business Certified.
Our business creates a carbon footprint equal to 9.4 metric tons of CO2 each year. We generate 3.1 tons of CO2 per employee. The average company similar to ours generates 11.75 tons per employee which is much higher.
Steps We Take To Be A Carbon Neutral Business
We are proud of our achievements in sustainability thus far but always strive to improve and better ourselves. For example, we now group our routes for delivery and pick-ups from customers to reduce the amount of driving we do. In addition, we use public transport wherever possible.
We are also part of a tree buddying scheme, where we plant ten trees a year in southeast England to offset the carbon we produce.
How We Will Help You
Law requires all businesses to manage their environmental impact; this is where we come in to help you. Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do, and with our years of experience in this field. We can help your business achieve carbon neutrality without any hassle.
- Confidential Papers are shredded securely and then recycled.
- We dispose of tape and film with little environmental impact by incinerating the items, creating green energy used to power the recycling plant, and assisting in feeding the national grid. The power leftover can be used on road and building aggregates.
- Your hard drive will be crushed securely and then shredded, which results in plastic and metal, which will be recycled.
- We will supply you with a destruction certificate and waste transfer note for your records as proof that the work was carried out correctly and professionally.
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