Sustainability in offices – PwC, London

Osoite: London, Great Britain
Hankeosapuolet: PwC
Valmistumisvuosi: 2015

Lessons Learned publications are designed to share the experience of implementing PwC´s sustainability strategy, in order to allow others to learn from their successes. Report is part of a series focusing on ‘Going Circular’ programme, which seeks to alleviate pressure on materials, water and the climate in support of the Sustainable Development Goals, especially Goal 12, Responsible Consumption and Production.

Photo from website.

Kestävän kehityksen ratkaisut:
With c. 30 offices across the UK, PwC had a great opportunity to make a sizeable difference by adopting circular principles in the design of their buildings. It’s also important to them because construction waste is one of the largest waste streams. So they set themselves the goal of achieving the highest possible ratings for buildings as defined by BREEAM, a leading sustainability assessment method for buildings.
PwC´s approach to material use and waste is a big part of this, alongside other criteria such as minimising energy use, maximising renewables use and improving health and wellbeing.
Great examples of adopting circular practices in offices.