The Supply Chain Sustainability School (the School) is leading the way for the UK’s built environment to drastically reduce onsite emissions of air that are harmful to human health and the planet, such that they will reach net zero by 2040 and contribute to UN Sustainable Development Goals 3, 11 and 13.
The School’s Plant Group developed the Plant Commitment Charter to encapsulate and communicate this approach. Each organisation signatory pledges to work toward 4 commitments, including: measurement & reporting, engagement, training & education, and innovation.
The result: they contribute to a cleaner working environment.
The M O’Brien group of companies is among the first wave of companies to commit to the new and updated plant charter, underpinned by the new Version 2.1 Minimum plant standards adopted by the plant signatories.
Dan O’Brien, Director, M O’Brien Group: “We are delighted to sign up to the new and updated plant charter created by the Plant Group of the Supply chain sustainability school. Reducing emissions is the right thing for our planet, cost savings and people’s health, the Plant Charter is a great vehicle for demonstrating this. But also, a great platform for like-minded companies to share their ideas and findings from sustainability activities in a collaborative way.”
More information on the Supply Chain Sustainability School Plant Charter can be found here