PK Motors has achieved carbon neutral status
PK Motors Accident Repair Centre Ltd. has achieved carbon neutral status in line with PAS 2060
PK Motors Accident Repair Centre Ltd. is pleased to announce that the organisation has achieved carbon neutrality in accordance with PAS 2060. PAS 2060 is an internationally recognised standard allowing businesses to demonstrate credible and accurate declarations of carbon neutrality, produced and published by BSI and the Carbon Trust.
PK Motors Accident Repair Centre Ltd. has worked alongside their outsourced procurement and cost reduction partner, Purchase Direct, to complete their Driving Net Zero programme which provides a simple and cost-effective route to carbon neutrality. The programme was tailored to PK Motors Accident Repair Centre’s specific requirements, calculating their carbon footprint and developing a Carbon Management Plan which outlines specific targets for energy reduction and a carbon offsetting plan.
Daniel Rawlingson, General Manager at PK Motors Accident Repair Centre Ltd, commented “In an ever-changing environment both locally and globally, we recognise as a business, we have a duty of care to ensure that we are doing all that we can to reduce our impact on the environment. Becoming carbon neutral looked daunting at first, but with the aid of our consultants at Purchase Direct and their Energy Team, the process was much easier. We are proud to be able to say we are now doing our bit to help the planet and would urge other businesses to do the same.”
Louise Neilson, Sustainability Lead at Purchase Direct added, “We are really pleased to be working with PK Motors Accident Repair Centre to help them achieve Carbon Neutral status. Having successfully achieved carbon neutral verification in accordance with PAS 2060 for their first application period, we look forward to our ongoing work together to reduce their carbon footprint in line with their current commitments.”