Welcome to Green Element Monthly (June 2016)
Welcome to the June edition of Green Element Monthly. We have another winner! Well 2 actually! More below…. Hopefully next time we will be able to put their name in the monthly! I need to get out of a very short habit of pulling the name out of the hat just before I need to send this out! I pulled 2 names this month. 1 for this month and 1 for next month…… ALSO Green Element have been shortlisted as one of the greenest BCorps in the UK, being in the top 10%! Amazing – and super excited!
May was a different month. We now have an Edinburgh office, therefore we were out meeting local businesses. We met up with Golf Environment Organisation – a fantastic organisation trying to ensure the world of golf is more ‘green’ and environmental, amongst many other businesses; incl. fellow BCorp companies. I must say that everyone has been very friendly and our senior consultant – Will R – has even been invited to a Gin tasting event next Tuesday! If you would like to get hold of the Edinburgh Office please phone 0131 677 0184 (not on Wednesday morning!). With the new office it does now mean we are able to lessen our footprint on the clients we have further north in the UK. Which as an Environmental Management Consultancy means a lot.
In a few weeks we are going to be voting for the future of the UK! What is the most environmental decision?
If you would like to talk to our MD about any of the articles or just want a chat; you can access his diary for a 20 minute chat here.
Wishing you all a Happy June,
The Green Element Team
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