WCCTV recognises the ongoing challenges we all face related to climate change, and we are fully committed to minimising our impact on the environment in every area of our business.
Minimising Impact. Maximising Value
Taking care of the environment is no longer just an optional extra but a necessity.
We have a clear roadmap to a more sustainable future and, ultimately, to give back more than we take from the environment.
Our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint is the cornerstone of our sustainability efforts.
From transitioning to energy-efficient lighting systems in our offices to investing in renewable energy, we aim to reduce our CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030.
We want to lead by example, seeking out innovations and best practices to lessen our environmental impact – reducing our energy consumption, travelling more sustainably, increasing recycling and managing waste disposal.
Making a Positive Impact
Just talking about a more sustainable future is not enough; we want to be judged by our actions and goals. So far we have taken the following steps:
By implementing these initiatives, we’re lessening our environmental impact and positively contributing to a more sustainable future.
We are committed to reducing our emissions by 50% by 2030 and achieving Net Zero by 2040.
We will ensure that 90% of the suppliers and partners we work with comply with sustainability standards by 2025.
We will train 100% of employees on sustainability practices by 2024, and communicate our objectives internally on an ongoing basis.
Continue to reduce our energy consumption by utilising renewable resources and efficient lighting across all new and existing facilities.
The design of our rapid deployment CCTV systems allows our client base to meet their own environmental objectives.
Our cameras can be fully powered by renewable energy sources, including solar power, meaning they are highly convenient for off-grid locations but also help support the environment.
Our solar-powered products produce electricity without emitting greenhouse gases, which are a primary contributor to climate change.
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