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Sustainability at IP Australia
- Average rating for Sustainability, based on 28 reviews8.1 / 10
Please comment on your company's efforts in this area.
Recycling and waste management is managed appropriately.
Recycled paper, notebooks, reduced printing initiatives, paperless methods with more monitors.
Training and recycling provided.
We try to recycle as much as we can.
There are initiatives and policies around building awareness of the carbon footprint and waste management.
I believe this is local office driven. Every possible recycling scheme is subscribed to (e.g. glasses, toothbrushes, coffee pods, printer ink etc) as well as recycling and green waste composting. I'm unsure as to the power related policies.
We have access and are encouraged to recycle all waste. Lights and aircon is sensor driven and turns off when motion is not detectable within a space.
There is a reasonable focus on reducing carbon footprint (reduction of energy consumption where possible, full segregation of wastes).
Automatic lights, recycling bins, signage.
Move to electronic filing.
Very strong on recycling, and not just paper, also batteries, corks, eye glasses etc.