Calor Publishes 2016 Sustainability Review

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Calor Publishes 2016 Sustainability Review

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Calor Gas Ltd – Britain’s leading supplier of bulk and bottled LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) has today published its 2016 Sustainability Review.

Calor has now completed the second year of its three year sustainability strategy running from 2015-2017. This strategy consists of 25 ambitious targets across five key sustainability areas – Environment, Innovation, Community, Workplace and Marketplace. 2016 saw developments in their employee travel, energy efficiency and transport and logistics, particularly with the implementation of their automated cylinder loading system. There was also continued success in their fundraising efforts and training developments for employees.

The 2016 Review tracks the company’s progress against these targets and outlines various projects implemented by Calor during the period, not only to help achieve their targets, but also to further enhance their sustainable development proposition. The Review also looks to the future and explores innovation and improvement projects that will support their sustainability agenda. 

Calor’s 2016 Key Achievements:

  • 6% reduction in Calor’s carbon footprint
  • 110,295 kWh of solar electricity was generated - enough to power for 28 homes for the year
  • 1,852 tonnes of metal recycled
  • 130 tonnes of CO2 saved annually through the installation of LED lights
  • 88% (1,263) of employees attended training courses
  • 14% increase in the number of video conferences
  • £37,630 raised for Alzheimer’s Society – Calor’s corporate charity
  • 450 new trees planted at Calor’s corporate wood – Stoney Wood
  • 325% increase in flexible working applications
  • 222 employees donated their time as part of Calor’s employee volunteering scheme
  • 4.5/5 Customer Satisfaction Score

For further information or to provide feedback, please contact Sustainability at Calor

Calor has six brand values which they centre their business around – Safe, Seamless, Local, Caring, Leading and Sustainable. As such, sustainability continues to be an area where Calor is working hard to maintain their corporate reputation. For Calor, this means looking at the social, environmental and economic impacts of their activities, as well as the long term viability of the company. Whether it is their support of Alzheimer’s Society, ensuring their processes are as energy efficient as possible or addressing fuel poverty across the country, Calor continue to work hard to improve within their sustainability principles.

About Calor
Calor began operating in 1935 with the aim of bringing clean, efficient and modern energy solutions to homes and businesses across Great Britain. Today Calor continues to play a vital role in meeting rural energy requirements in a sustainable way; LPG is the lowest carbon fossil fuel available in rural areas. In addition, Calor plays an important role in supplying clean and efficient energy via LPG cylinders to meet temporary, remote or portable energy needs. Calor will be launching the UK’s first supply of renewable bioLPG in 2017. Calor also supplies bulk LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) into the transport and industrial heating markets.

Media Contact:
Katie Latta
01926 318628

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