Business Environment Network

“Getting involved in the Meres & Mosses Business Environment Network
was an easy decision for our company. Whilst we have always strived
for environmental excellence, it was important for Befesa to work with
other businesses and the wider community, sharing knowledge and
best practice in order to boost competitiveness whilst reducing our
environmental impact. We feel that involvement in the Network allows
us not only to share knowledge and learn from others, but also to
demonstrate to our stakeholders the commitment of Befesa in securing a
sustainable future for all.” Adrian Platt, Befesa (MMBEN Chair)

 

The Meres and Mosses Business Environment Network was launched on Monday 24th November and aims to enhance the environmental performance and profitability of local businesses by sharing knowledge and understanding, while helping businesses to reduce their environmental impact on the landscape of the Meres and Mosses. A number of businesses have already shown their support for this exciting new venture, including:
 
 

        

 

 

What are the benefits of becoming a supporter of the Meres and Mosses Business Environment Network?

  • A link to advice, sharing good practice and an opportunity to network with other companies and businesses
  • Delivering Corporate Social Responsibility agendas
  • Help to promote whole-business involvement in local environmental issues
  • Working together to deliver environmental improvements both for your company and for the wider landscape
  • Creating a lasting legacy and engaging local people to show that you care about the communities that you operate in
  • Opportunities to benefit your business’ profitability
  • Improved employee wellbeing
  • An improved image within your marketplace
  • A better resilience to problem solving before regulation
  • Helping business to understand environmental regulation
  • Help to promote employees’ understanding of environmental issues

A Business Environment Network brochure can be viewed by clicking on the image below.

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