Apollo Motor Group are delighted to announce that they have achieved carbon neutrality across their entire group in accordance with PAS2060.
This achievement forms part of the group’s longer-term strategy to become net zero.
The group have always demonstrated a commitment to the environment and sustainability and are already fully compliant with the government’s mandatory compliance schemes – ESOS (energy savings opportunity scheme) and SECR (streamlined energy and carbon reporting)
Achieving carbon neutrality further demonstrates this commitment to their customers and supply chain and of course the environment.
Apollo Motor Group have collaborated with energy and carbon specialists – ECA business energy to support them becoming carbon neutral with the longer-term commitment to being Net Zero.
Working with Apollo Motor Group, ECA calculated the carbon footprint for the group across all 3 scopes then created and implemented a comprehensive carbon management plan. Finally, the group invested in high quality verified carbon offsetting programs worldwide.
The implementation of the carbon management plan will see the group committing to reducing their emissions to agreed targets as set out in the plan year on year moving forwards.
Group CEO Graham Eyles said ‘We are delighted to have achieved the PAS2060 accreditation and this is undoubtedly a testament to Apollo’s ongoing commitment to its corporate social responsibility strategy of becoming a net zero business. The board are fully behind this target and are actively implementing various policies to reduce its carbon footprint and overall impact on the environment. We are extremely proud that we have achieved this across all 17 businesses within our group and the team have embraced this focus into their daily routines thinking about everything they do.’
“Apollo Motor Group have always demonstrated their commitment to the environment and sustainability. By formalising this commitment, they will be actively reducing their emissions year on year as well as offsetting any outstanding emissions. We look forward to helping them on their ongoing environmental journey.” Added Steve Silverwood, Managing Director ECA Business Energy.
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