Gi Group UK has successfully retained its ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Accreditation – after first gaining it in 2015.

Recognised internationally, the standard provides a straightforward approach to using less energy resource and reducing waste. With sustainability and corporate responsibility ever more prevalent, ISO 14001 is a proven approach for demonstrating commitment to reducing environmental impact.

The re-accreditation confirms Gi Group UK’s continued focus on minimising, and consistently working to reduce, the environmental impact of its business activities. Measures include: reducing company travel emissions by encouraging IT-led solutions to replace face-to-face meetings, utilising low emission vehicles in the corporate fleet, minimising use of paper-based processes, reducing energy usage within our offices through employees’ behavioural practices and company choice of equipment along with responsible, legally compliant disposal of all waste.

Gi Group UK CEO, Paulo Canoa said: “We are delighted to announce that Gi Group has been re-awarded the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Accreditation. This forms a key part of our corporate CSR strategy along with engaging stakeholders and employment initiatives. It gives our clients confidence that we can support their environmental goals by quantifying our own impact and progress towards improvement, as well as the environmental choices we make within our own supply chain.”