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Sustainability at Optus
- Average rating for Sustainability, based on 38 reviews7.5 / 10
Please comment on your company's efforts in this area.
One thing I haven't seen Optus actively promote is reducing its carbon footprint. I personally have made an effort to bring this initiative to the forefront of what Optus should do, yet to get any action happening, but have received enthusiastic responses.
Some effort to reduce paper use through policies. Also initiatives to reduce power use at the exchanges by doing timely decommissioning of old equipment.
We recycle water on the roofs and have rooms which turn lights off after a few minutes of inactivity are just some examples
Again, CSR team is focused on this. The water tank is really great and most meetings have notes sent electronically so less paper is used.
The campus is a 'green' campus with recycled water and plenty of open space, although I believe companies can always do more to reduce their carbon footprint.
The campus has many initiatives designed for water saving, lower power usage.
Haven't personally come across any initiatives around this yet.
Have not observed any actions to date companywide However, campus is very sustainable (recycled water, solar etc.)
All places on campus collect rainwater to use in the fountains and the company is very aware of carbon footprint