Intellegentia is passionate about the environment and to prove this we are pleased to announce that we are now a registered Green Achiever! This scheme enables companies to demonstrate their credentials to suppliers, customers and other parties who are interested in green business.
More and more people are talking about environmental policies and how human behaviour and neglect is leading to changes in our climate, this effects all businesses whose operations contribute to environmental change. We recognise this and have drawn up our own policy to demonstrate our commitment to green business and how we work towards achieving it.
Our dedication to minimising the impact we have on the environment includes ensuring that we promote recycling internally and externally amongst our customers, suppliers and partners, ensuring our business operations are managed in a manner that prevents pollution and reducing our carbon footprint by travelling on public transport and promoting environmentally friendly travel internally to the workplace.
And as we’re a digitally focused company it not hard for us to stick to being green! Saving paper, print and reducing waste is the new trend and turning your communications digital could be the way to help you contribute to reducing your impact on the environment as well as achieving more effective marketing results.
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