JJ Foodservice has installed more than 2,000 solar panels on the roofs of its Basingstoke, Bristol and Leicester branches, generating over 1,100,000kWh of renewable energy annually.
The move is part of the company’s commitment to sustainable business practices which will see all branches equipped with solar panels by the end of the year.
Kaan Hendekli, chief operating officer comments: “Being a national business serving thousands of customers, it is our responsibility to do business the right way.”
The business has also introduced a new ‘CSR & Sustainability’ webpage, outlining its ‘Planet Plan’ and progress towards reducing carbon emissions. The group recently invested £2.5 million to replace gas-powered counterbalance and power pallet trucks with electric ones, expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 1 million tonnes over the next five years.
JJ is dedicated to enhancing its environmental credentials, and customers who shop with the company are supporting a business that is “dedicated to a better future,” said Kaan.
The JJ Planet Plan can be found here: https://go.jjfoodservice.com/JJPlanetPlan
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