April 18, 2011 Written by: IPM Global Mobility Ltd
IPM – the global mobility specialists – have just received their first environment award as part of the Investors in the Environment accreditation scheme to support Peterborough’s growing reputation as Home of the Environment Capital.
A wide range of organisations – from multi-nationals like Coca Cola, IKEA and Mars to small, independently owned companies – are increasingly realising the importance of this approach to business life.
IPM picked up a bronze award for various simple changes within their office, from using recycled paper to having a car share scheme. They have also demonstrated significant savings in energy usage in a six-week period. The company is now working towards their silver accreditation.
“As global mobility specialists, we deal with clients all over the world – and the message about protecting natural resources, reducing energy usage and running costs is as relevant across other continents as it is here in Europe. It’s a universal message that translates whatever the language,” said IPM managing director Alan Bentley.
Julie Morris from IPM (left) picks up the Investors in the Environment Award from Kim Coley, of Peterborough Environment City Trust – who oversee the scheme.
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