INFULL is committed to promoting sustainability. We recognize that all firms and individuals have an important role in reducing negative environmental impacts and tackling climate change. Concern for the environment and promoting a broader sustainability agenda are integral to INFULL activities and the organization's management. We aim to follow and promote good sustainability practices, reduce the environmental impacts of all our activities and help our clients and partners to do the same.
We have developed the INFULL Sustainability Policy, which comprises a set of principles, operating procedures, and business targets.
Our Sustainability Policy is based on the following principles:
To comply with and exceed, where practicable, all applicable legislation, regulations, and codes of practice.
To integrate sustainability considerations into all our business decisions.
Ensure that all staff are fully aware of our Sustainability Policy and are committed to implementing and improving it.
To minimize the impact on the sustainability of all office and transportation activities.
To make clients and suppliers aware of our Sustainability Policy and encourage them to adopt sound sustainable management practices.
To review, annually report, and continually strive to improve our sustainability performance.
To put these principles into action and to reduce our negative environmental impacts as a firm and as individuals, INFULL implements the following procedures:
Minimizing carbon emissions from travel
Where possible, employees should use public transport, walk or cycle to attend meetings, apart from in exceptional circumstances where this is impractical and cost-prohibitive.
Employees use clean-tech vehicles rather than traditionally powered cars and aircraft wherever possible.
All employee air travel requires CEO sign-off and is subject to review to determine if alternative travel arrangements have been explored.
Wherever possible, employee travel within China or a 500km radius will be undertaken by train.
INFULL shall provide employees with technology options that provide an alternative that can avoid the need to physically travel to meetings, including teleconferencing, webcams, and the efficient timing of meetings to avoid multiple trips.
INFULL will reduce the need for our staff to travel by supporting alternative working arrangements, including home working.
INFULL will promote the use of public transport by locating our offices in accessible locations.
Minimize water consumption, waste and maximize recycling
INFULL believes bottled water consumption in an office or hospitality context is unnecessary. We use mains water in our office environments and request venues do the same for all INFULL events and meetings.
Minimize our use of paper and other office consumables, for example, by double-siding all paper used.
As far as possible, arrange for the reuse or recycling of all waste, including paper, computer supplies, and redundant equipment.
Reduce the energy consumption of office equipment by purchasing energy-efficient equipment and employing good housekeeping (switching off equipment that is not in use).
INFULL undertakes regular annual employee awareness sessions to ensure every employee adheres to our sustainability policy.
We source products and services from suppliers with a sustainability policy wherever possible. This primarily covers printing supplies, stationery, computing equipment, and business travel.
INFULL requests that every employee consider sustainability issues in their advice to clients.
INFULL will include a copy of our Sustainability Policy in all our client proposals.
Reporting our progress
INFULL will use our sustainability and emissions management solution to monitor our impact in real-time and identify potential sustainability opportunities.
INFULL will report our environmental impact and progress annually against sustainability goals.
INFULL Sustainability Targets
Plan to reduce emissions per employee by setting a 2023 baseline and using co-working spaces as possible.
Increase volunteering hours donated per employee to 100% of the allocated quota by 2023