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What Does This Mean?

Sustainability is a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.


You also have the 3 pillars of sustainabilty that is a popular frame work used to describe what sustainable development is. This converys that sustainabilty consists of enviromental, social and economic facors that are also key when discussing the topic:


  • Environmental sustainability symbolises the importance of things like natural resources and biodiversity to support life on Earth. 
  • Social sustainability places importance on social structures, well-being, and harmony, all factors that poverty, wars, and injustices can affect.
  • Economic sustainability describes the ability of an economy to grow. This is important in today’s societies, at a time when many sustainable initiatives require financing and a strong economic rationale. 


In order to find solutions to many  ongoing sustainabilty issues, it is imperative that we consider all three pillars.






How are we sustainable?



We prioritise purchasing from sustainable sources ensuring products incorporate and optimise the use of renewable or recycled materials where possible.

By centrally storing products at one distribution centre and delivering to London and other major cities at night, we maximise warehouse and vehicle space, reduce traffic congestion and fuel consumption whilst making more deliveries.

Products arrive before our customers begin service and so aids their preparation and enables them to focus on their business, not wasting valuable time checking in deliveries at peak trading times and clogging up the streets.

We also collect large amounts of cardboard and plastic from select customers for onsite baling for recycling.

We are continually looking for ways to support our community and environment.


What makes sustainable packaging?



Sustainable packaging is packaging that produces the most negligible impact on the natural enviroment. To be considered sustainable, packaging must meet the following criteria:


  • Packaging is beneficial, safe & healthy for individuals/communities throughout life cycle
  • The packaging meets market criteria for both performance and cost
  • It is sourced, maufactured, transported and recycled using renewable energy
  • It incorporates and optimizes (where possible) the use of reneable or recycled source materials







waste processing



Commercial or industrial composting is large scale composting which is designed to handle a very high volume of organic waste. For packaging products to be accepted by these facilities they must have the correct certification.




Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction. Many packaging products can be recycled if disposed of in the correct way. Currently 33% of waste is recycled.




Landfill is a site for the disposal of waste material by burial. 55% of waste items end up here.




Incineration is a waste treatment process that involves the combustion of organic substances contained in waste material. Currently 12.5% of waste goes to incinerators.

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