Hampshire sbp sustainable procurement (hf000001449831)

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  • 1. The Sustainability Challenge – URS/Scott Wilson’s journey
  • 2. Embedding Sustainability at URS/SW – key milestones
    • Sustainability Conference – Jan 2008
    • Sustainability Board – May 2008
    • Business Plan competition – Jul 2009
    • Sep 2010: Bus Plan Implementation
    • Dec 2010 – New Goal
    • Early ’00s – Niche Services
    • 2011 – CSO, plus initiatives for 2012/13
  • 3. Sustainability Goal
      • Our goal at International Operations is to become:
      • ‘ a top five global advisor on sustainable design and development within three years’.
    P7 Hugh Blackwood Senior Vice-President, International Operations London, 26 th November 2010
  • 4. What does Sustainability mean at URS/Scott Wilson
    • Ensure our solutions meet the commercial objectives of our clients, considering all risks and asset liabilities
    • Optimise the use of energy, water, land and material resources throughout the life cycle of our projects
    • Recognise natural assets and ecosystems and advise, design for and manage solutions that maintain and (where possible) enhance their viability
    • Consider community impact and maximise opportunities for equitable access to the resources and services that our projects deliver
    • Actively seek positive financial, environmental and social benefits from our own business operations
  • 5. Issues for Consultants in the Built & Natural Environment
    • Climate change and sustainability are major growth areas for consultants, including URS/SW
    • Focus is on de-risking the business and making it more resilient – relevant to clients too
    • Clients expect to see our advice services backed up by our own corporate performance
    • Main issues relate to office energy, resource consumption, and business / commuter travel
    • Aim to re-sell our own best practice in relation to corporate travel, building performance etc.
    • Next challenge is Scope 3 impacts – i.e. supply chain – how we improve our sourcing
  • 6. Supply Chain & Sustainability
    • SUSTAINABLE PROCUREMENT
    • Our goal is to work collaboratively with our Registered Suppliers to encourage compliance with, and emphasis on, the following sustainable procurement practices: -
      • ensure all procurement activities account for sustainable development wherever practical
      • endeavour to procure goods and services from sustainable sources
      • ensure procurement activities align with the wider environmental requirements of the Group
      • evaluate the appropriateness and value-add of the goods and / or service being provided
      • consider all alternatives to help reduce, reuse and recycle
      • develop appropriate mechanisms with all suppliers for reporting sustainable procurement (waste management initiatives etc).
    • ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SUPPLIERS
    • Our goal is to work collaboratively with our Registered Suppliers to encourage compliance with, and emphasis on, the following: -
      • Legal and Regulatory Compliance
      • Continual Improvement
      • Information Access
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  • 7. Sustainable Fleet (Leased and Rental)
    • KEY OBJECTIVES
    • Support the employee through improved guidance and tools that encourage a culture of safety and environmental awareness
    • Provide a solution that retains and attracts key employees, which is sustainable, comparable to our competitors and market trends
    • Improve operational efficiency and target savings iro £1.2m over four years
    • Improve visibility of cost base and forecasting
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  • 8. Managed Print Services – Sustainable Document Output
    • KEY OBJECTIVES
    • Sustainable and environmentally friendly solution for print across the UK
    • Considerable reduction in operating and overhead costs and improve budget forecasting
    • Introduce the same range of devices at each location to simplify use, support and maintenance
    • Implement suitable technologies to reduce the need for hardcopy output
    • Reduce the risk of accessing confidential printed information
    40kgs 370kgs Typical waste using Wax-Based Multi Function Printers over a typical 4 year life cycle. Typical waste using traditional Multi Function Printers and desktop printers over a 4 year life cycle.