Sustainability

On-site sustainability hub opens

Linney gives its sustainability team a new hub

We’ve transformed a Linney display space into a sustainability hub that shines a spotlight on the world’s climate crisis, the actions being taken globally to combat this and the part we’re playing. Many of the design elements use recycled or reclaimed materials which have been reimagined as creative display features.

A room with cardboard table and shelving

Bringing sustainability front of mind

The space is available for meetings and workshops – among colleagues and with clients. It also serves as an exhibition space displaying a range of products, concepts and materials which are either innovative or thought-provoking in their approach to tackling the sustainability challenges we face.

Repurposing

The shelving units were made by recycling large-format die-cutting forms. Lights are the brainchild of Regenerate’s product designer and posters were printed on old aluminium plates.

Regenerate’s Scott Tunnicliffe is available to lead client sustainability audits, tours and workshops.

 “We constantly strive to do better when it comes to environmental responsibility, diversity and inclusion, community projects, ethical sourcing and more,” said Scott.

Water bottles sitting on green grass on a display shelf

Why work with us?

We’re a carbon neutral business and members of the Climate Pledge and Terra Carta. Our sustainability credentials can be found on our sustainability page.

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