JP Corry recognised for green leadership through NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey.
JP Corry has achieved GOLD in the 2020 Northern Ireland Benchmarking Survey, this annual survey scores over 100 organisations from more than 10 sectors, on the measures they have taken to improve their environmental impacts.
Northern Ireland’s most sustainable organisations were revealed at an online event to release the results of the 2020 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey, organised by responsible business network ‘Business in the Community.’
Sponsored by Moy Park and supported by Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, the Survey scores, recognises and rewards organisations that are going above and beyond their legal environmental requirements.
Chris Collins, Head of Operations at JP Corry said "JP Corry has been on a journey these last few years in trying to make our business as environmental responsible as we can. It’s with great satisfaction that we have achieved Gold standard in the NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey again which is a testament to the direction we have been moving in. We as a team will continue to drive improvements in the time ahead that will deliver a positive environmental impact for our local communities."
Chair of Business in the Community NI and Group Chief Executive of Translink, Chris Conway, said: “Stakeholders, suppliers and the general public increasingly consider sustainability to be of utmost importance and the Survey is a way for organisations to publicly demonstrate their commitment to a greener future. I want to congratulate and thank all companies that have stepped forward to take part in the Survey, and report on their environmental practices.”
To find out which organisations participated in the 2020 Survey and to see how they scored, visit www.bitcni.org.uk/niebs.
If your organisation is interested in taking part in the Survey in 2021, please email email@example.com