Continuing its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and encouraging customers to do the same, B&M Secure Shredding has achieved carbon neutrality for the second year running.
The confidential waste arm of B&M Waste Services was the first shredding business in the country to achieve such an accolade. Achieving carbon neutrality to the British Standards Industry’s publicly available specification (PAS) 2060 since 2018, B&M Secure Shredding has reduced its carbon impact through adopting a comprehensive carbon management plan.
Paul Curtis, director at B&M Secure Shredding, said: “Being carbon neutral reassures our customers that not only are they complying with GDPR through using our secure shredding service, but they have peace of mind that they’re working with a company that does all it can to reduce the environmental impact of its operations. Innovative solutions and delivering the best possible service is what we do, and leading the way in the shredding industry with this accreditation demonstrates our commitment to this whilst, as ever, we remain competitively priced. We’re immensely proud of this accreditation.”