Cititec Takes the Lead in Environmental Responsibility

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Cititec IT Recruitment, the global supplier of financial IT staff, has implemented a formal Environmental Management System in an effort to combat the effects of climate change.

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As a successful and growing company, Cititec is in the position to take a lead in addressing its impact on the environment and encouraging business partners and clients to do the same. No matter how small the impact, it all adds up, which is why we want to set a trend in our industry. Taking responsibility for our waste and emissions is both good for business and good for the environment.

Cititec IT Recruitment, the global supplier of financial IT staff, has implemented a formal Environmental Management System in an effort to combat the effects of climate change.

The system - which will reduce Cititec's waste and carbon emissions, while boosting levels of recycling - has already improved the company's environmental performance. This is a positive first step in its long term commitment to environmental responsibility.

Financially, the new EMS has its benefits too. Cititec will enjoy cost savings from having less waste, and more efficient use of natural resources. Meeting these standards of environmental legislation means Cititec will never face fines or penalties - the kind of adept risk management that leads to lower insurance premiums.

Stephen Grant, Managing Director at Cititec IT Recruitment, commented: "Climate change and environmental concerns are now so pressing that we all need to recognise our part in the problem - and the solution.

"As a successful and growing company, Cititec is in the position to take a lead in addressing its impact on the environment and encouraging business partners and clients to do the same. No matter how small the impact, it all adds up, which is why we want to set a trend in our industry. Taking responsibility for our waste and emissions is both good for business and good for the environment."

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