Sustainability

Together with our customers, business partners and suppliers we are committed to playing our part in the global move towards a more sustainable and lower carbon economy.

We will minimise the adverse environmental impact of our activities and work with our customers to minimise theirs. To achieve this we have integrated our core values into our decision-making process so that economic, social and environmental issues are considered. This balances our own interests with those of the communities where we operate and the natural world.

We believe that the right business practices, the right engineering solutions and the right behaviours can make a difference to our own, and to our customers’ environmental impact, and that a lower carbon business will be a more efficient business. In the longer term, we intend to set clear reduction targets and have already commenced the introduction of various efficiency initiatives designed to achieve meaningful improvements in our use of energy and waste management.

Risks and opportunities associated with climate change are reviewed and managed with adaptation measures implemented in line with Wood Group’s business strategy. We continue to integrate initiatives of resources efficiency, waste minimisation, GHG emissions reductions and prevention of environmental pollution whilst improving our business practices and engineering solutions.

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