Calor Gas publishes 2014 Sustainability Review23/06/2015
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Calor Gas, the UK’s leading supplier of bulk and bottled LGP (Liquefied Petroleum Gas), has today published its 2014 Sustainability Review.
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After publishing its Sustainability Review in 2011, Calor worked towards 18 ambitious targets across 5 sustainability areas - Community, Innovation, Environment, Workplace and Marketplace. This year marks the conclusion of its first three-year sustainability strategy and it reveals that it achieved 12 of the 18 targets it set in 2011.
Calor’s Key Achievements For 2011-2014
- 6.7% carbon footprint reduction
- 9.2% fleet size reduction
- 793 volunteering days in total
- £121,000 raised for Calor’s corporate charities
- 84% Engagement Score in Calor’s Employee Engagement Survey
- ‘Big Tick’ for Calor’s fuel poverty programme, ‘FREE’
- 80% in the 2013 Business In The Community (BITC), Corporate Responsibility Index
Most importantly, the report also showcases Calor’s new three-year sustainability strategy for 2015-2017. Calor now has new 25 KPIs in new areas including waste, travel, equality and diversity, supply chain and new business development.
For the first year Calor has taken into account the views of, and feedback from stakeholders, which helped it in developing the report and targets going forward.
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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.
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