Environment & Sustainability - Our ethos
At PSI we are committed to understanding, managing, and monitoring the environmental and social impacts of our business. We foster integration of the principles of sustainable development into our business practice and we give the highest priority to health, safety and environmental management.
The paper we use
9lives 80 is an FSC accredited coated paper and board range manufactured with an 80% recycled fibre content comprising 60% de-inked postconsumer waste FSC certified, and 20% recycled wood and fibre (packaging bi-products i.e. pallets). 10% virgin TCF FSC certified, 10% virgin fibre sourced from suitable forests.
Forest Stewardship Council
FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organisation established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests. Products carrying the FSC label are independently certified to assure consumers that they come from forests that are managed to meet the social, economic and ecological needs of present and future generations. For further information visit www.fsc.org.
Promoting sustainability through our magazines
In terms of encouraging sustainability, PSI's titles cover many topics of interest to local and central government, such as Waste Management, Recycling, Green Driving and Renewable Energy. We strive to include the most up-to-date, informative and unbiased content, written by industry experts and environmental organisations.
Workplace Travel Planning
Our Workplace Travel Plan aims to minimise car journeys. This is reviewed every year in association with the local authority Epping Forest District Council. The primary objectives are to:
- Reduce our carbon footprint
- Reduce the demand for car parking
- Reduce costs associated with parking provision
- Reduce the number of employees travelling to work alone by car
- Increase travel awareness and promote sustainable travel behaviour
- Reduce travel costs for employer and employee
- Promote the Company’s Corporate Social Responsibility within the community
Further information about Workplace Travel Planning is available on the Transport for London website - click here.