Brooks Braithwaite (Sussex) Ltd try to source business supplies and printing from local businesses to help cut down on traveling and to support the local economy.
We have introduced recycling as the main method of waste disposal encouraging this through the removal of paper waste bins from within our offices. The majority of waste including toner ink is now recycled.
By participating in a shredding and recycling programme, whereby our paper waste is removed, shredded and recycled by an external company, we saved thirty trees from destruction in 2013. This can be compared to 2012, when we saved twenty one trees and 2011 when we saved eleven trees. The statistics demonstrate our commitment to continually improve our recycling efforts.
Brooks Braithwaite (Sussex) Ltd supports a number of charities throughout the year.
The Rotary Club of Cuckfield and Lindfield
Each year we gather together to play an in-house darts competition to raise money for local charities chosen by The Rotary Club. The chosen charities for 2014 were: St Peters and St James Hospice, Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice and other charities supported by the Rotary Club.
To read about the work carried out by The Rotary Club visit www.ribi.org
The Barn Owl Centre
We recently supported the Barn Own Centre sponsoring a release aviary for wild Tawny owls. Our donation of £900 was used to purchase materials for and to build the release aviary, so that wild Tawny owls who had been injured or were ill, could be rehabilitated and then released back into the wild.
To read about the work carried out at the Barn Own Centre visit, their website at: www.barnowl.co.uk
Cancer Research UK
The Company sponsored our accountant who took part in the Race for Life 2014 for Cancer Research UK.
To read about the work carried out by Cancer Research UK, visit their website at: www.cancerresearchuk.org
Cystic Fibrosis Trust UK
Each year the Company supports a charity, by sending charity Christmas cards. The chosen charity for 2013 was the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
To read about the work carried out by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, visit their website at www.cysticfibrosis.org.uk