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Jas P Wilson is committed to becoming a Net Zero business by 2030

In November 2021 our Managing Director Billy Wilson attended the COP-26 Conference in Glasgow and following this, made a commitment for Jas P Wilson to transition to becoming a Net Zero organisation by 2030.We formally registered our commitment with the SME Climate Hub in March 2022 and were one of the first businesses in the South of Scotland to do this.

SME Climate Hub / SME Climate Commitment

The SME Climate Commitment is one of the three pillars of the SME Climate Hub (1. Commitment, 2. Tools and 3. Incentives), and provides SMEs, no matter what their sector or geography, with the opportunity to make an internationally recognised climate commitment which is aligned with the latest climate science. SMEs that make the SME Climate Commitment will be recognised by the United Nations Race to Zero campaign and will join a wide range of governments, businesses, cities, regions, and universities around the world that are committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions.

As we begin our Net Zero “journey”, we will be developing an internal Task Team comprising staff from across the business who will be the driving force behind our planning and implementation activities going forward.

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Jas P Wilson invests in first electric vehicle

As well as HVO as a substitute for conventional diesel, mentioned in our previous Net Zero post, we have also been looking at other green fuel/power solutions for our company vehicles.

HVO Fuel

Following the initial announcement of our Commitment to reach #NetZero by 2030, we have started to look at areas where opportunities and improvements might be made to our working practices in order to push forward with our goals and objectives.

New Business Development

Our business has made significant investment over the years in the development of a number of new, innovative products and processes and we will continue to invest in this area as the business grows.

Industry 4.0 and Data Analytics

How we capture, create, store, analyse and use data to drive our business will become increasingly important and we are committed to developing and investing in our data capabilities as we continue to grow the business.

Investment in New, Energy Efficient Plant and Machinery

As part of a wider plan for Continuous Improvement across the business, we are also developing a rolling programme of capital investment to procure new machinery, which is far more energy efficient, which produces less waste and is fully multifunctional.

Circular Economy Model

A Circular Economy Model (“CE”) is "a model of production and consumption”, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing, and recycling existing materials and products for as long as possible".

 

Get In Touch

For full details, or to make contact with Jas P Wilson’s in-house Net Zero & Continuous Improvement contact Phil Robinson, please use the details below:

Tel: 01556 612233
Email: phil@jaspwilson.co.uk

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