Traffix | CONE – Consider Our Natural Environment
Traffix operates at the forefront of the Traffic and Event Management sectors. The Midlands based business is embracing change in order to meet their pledge to reduce the economic, environmental and social impacts of their activities.
During the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), it was agreed that in the UK legislation has to be in place by 2023 for a plan to achieve net zero carbon. Traffix believes they have a part to play in meeting this challenge, their customers are already asking about their sustainability plans.
Whilst Traffix have always considered their impact on the environment, they are introducing CONE – Consider Our Natural Environment. CONE is their plan of action towards becoming a net zero carbon company with sustainability at the core of all practises. To achieve net zero carbon will require a step change in several areas of the business, however, Traffix are being driven by the needs of the planet and the government. CONE will help drive Traffix towards achieving their sustainability goals.
Sustainability has three main pillars: economic, environmental, and social. These three pillars are informally referred to as people, planet, and profits. Traffix have set themselves a set of ambitious goals towards a more sustainable future…
- Save energy. By using less energy, you can help to reduce carbon emissions
- Use reusable alternatives
- Go paperless. (where possible)
- Use renewable energy by (exploring alternative sources of energy)
- Recycle and reuse (which Traffix are already doing to some extent)
- Educate staff and potentially support them with initiatives at home
- Donate unused items.
- Buy Fairtrade products
- Support and work with local communities
- Become a beacon within the industry
Traffix’s focus has always been on creating safe journeys for road users and pedestrians. The introduction of CONE is their contribution to ensuring safe journeys for generations to come.
If you would like to know more about how Traffix are reducing their carbon footprint, contact: [email protected]