Our culture of sustainability is borne out of our desire to reduce waste, create efficiency and deliver accurately serviced workspaces, improving the comfort and experience of those who occupy and visit them.
Inefficient environments tend to be uncomfortable and unpleasant, and increase fatigue and reduce productivity. We strongly believe that if these areas are addressed then we can help you to reduce consumption of energy and resources and reduce carbon emissions whilst enhancing the workplace environment for everyone.
We are always looking for the most up-to-date methods, technology and working practices to achieve continuous improvements in performance. Our buildings moved to renewable electricity tariff's long ago and conversion to LED lighting also, are two examples but our approach goes much deeper.
We save you money through these initiatives.
Our environment management system helps us to constantly reappraise and review our progress towards more sustainable buildings and cost and carbon savings for you.
Within our expertise of sustainability we can assist businesses with their own Corporate Social Responsibility objectives.
We have our carbon footprint calculated externally each year with the aim of year on year reductions. We offset our carbon footprint across all properties we manage and we contribute through our carbon offset to decarbonising schemes in the third world every year. From 2020 the schemes we supported on carbon capture in line with our net zero commitment.
Net Zero FAQs: Your questions answered.
The UK has committed to net zero by 2050. There is no internationally agreed definition of net zero and therefore understanding what is involved to acheive it is open to interpretation. A path to net zero carbon relies on commitment to reduce emissions in percentage terms from a base line year no earlier than 2018, and then offset the remainder. At HPH Ltd we have consistently pursued this objective for over 20 years and therefore with reduced ability to make major reductions we consider net zero carbon was acheived in 2020.