Sustainability update 2020
This key performance area reflects the essential and enduring nature of the services we provide and the importance of these to our customers and the community.
We expected our people to be identified as one of the programmes through our materiality assessment, reflecting the importance of our people in making Waste Management a sustainable company into the future.
Managing waste and environmental services is an issue of increasing importance to our customers. Our customers want to better understand how they and their suppliers can achieve their waste goals effectively and sustainably.
We operate in nearly every community across New Zealand, providing services and managing waste and environmental services facilities. Our teams work within those communities, supporting the economy and providing essential services.
As an organisation, our purpose is to safeguard our beautiful environment through the sustainable management of our resources.
Today the Waste Management team is proud to launch our first Sustainability Report, meeting the standard of GRI (Global Reporting Initiative). It presents our sustainability progress during 2019 across five key areas -
Waste Management is proud to release our final quarterly update for 2019, focused on five specific projects identified in our sustainability strategy For Future Generations. Summary For Future Generations has five programme areas
Our Environment Addressing Greenhouse Gas Emissions In our last update, we detailed how Waste Management is the first waste company in New Zealand to achieve independent certification for managing and reducing our greenhouse
Our Environment Addressing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Marking a first for the waste industry in New Zealand, Waste Management achieved independent certification for managing and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions in May. Our team
Waste Management is proud to release our first quarterly update