The Thames Green Scheme, launched last November by the Port of London Authority (PLA) at the Greening Inland Conference, encouraging inland vessel operators to adopt more environmentally friendly practices in air quality, carbon, energy, water quality, litter and waste.
We are pleased to announce that another inland operator on the Thames has now joined the Thames Green Scheme to celebrate the work they have been doing to protect and enhanced the environment.
Cory, providing waste transport service, has earned a Silver rating, aids by adoption of alternative diesel fuel across their entire vessel fleet, facilitated vessels to be plug into onshore electrical supplies, switched to energy efficient lighting, and a creditable greywater management, which replumb greywater to holding tank instead of discharging it directly into the river.
Cory Group ensures that London has a safe, clean, and sustainable way of managing its recyclable and non-recyclable waste.
We are also pleased to announce that A&S International Ltd, technical sales consultancy representing a range of global machinery lubrication brands, has joined the Thames Green Scheme as an incentive provider to reward operators that have exceeding environmental performance. A&S International have demonstrated their corporate social responsibility through supporting the scheme as an incentive provider to drive better environmental performance and promote sustainable business. Full details of the offered incentive and eligibility can be found on their website.
A Berkshire based technical sales consultancy representing a range of global machinery lubrication brands – all with outstanding eco and sustainability credentials.