Organisations, no matter their size or area of operations, are having to improve their environmental performance. But many don’t know how or where to start.
We help clients establish their environmental project or programme
- allowing them to reduce resource use and waste
- improving internal management of equipment and materials
- achieving new accreditations and awards and win new contracts, and
- having the peace of mind that compliance and statutory requirements are being addressed.
Our clients range from micro businesses to large SMEs as well as a range of public and community sector organisations. All recognise there are physical and financial benefits of reducing environmental impacts, resource use etc. We also provide specialist project input for larger international consultancies.
Accredited to internationally recognised ISO standards for quality, environmental and health and safety management means our operations are safe and will have a low environmental impact.
Based in Inverness, we have worked on projects across Scotland; Shetland in the north to the Scottish Borders and as far afield as Europe, Afghanistan and India.
Clients engaging with Practically Green Ltd typically benefit from access to;
- a highly trained, knowledgeable and experienced supplier that identifies commercially viable solutions
- extensive experience of working in the private and public sector and an understanding of EU, UK and Scottish policy drivers
- Service delivery that is managed through an integrated Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality Management System
Click here to see a copy of our Integrated Management System Policy.
Practically Green Ltd is managed by Archie Prentice.
With a background in business management and analysis, Archie brings a commercial perspective to how organisations engage with and benefit from environmental, sustainability and low carbon activity. With an extensive network of associates and specialists, Archie is able to bring together the expertise to address your environmental requirements, whatever they may be.