A & E Fire and Security

A & E Fire and Security, a Royal Warrant Holder, has been providing fire and security protection services throughout the Midlands, London, South West and South Wales since 1965.

This is A & E’s second year of business carbon footprint reporting and first year of social value measurement. A&E first calculated the emissions of its Cheltenham office operations for the year ending December 2017 and set a target to reduce emissions by 5% annually. This year’s footprint includes emissions from natural gas, purchased electricity, fuel used by the fleet, water, waste, and printing paper for its Cheltenham site.

The total carbon footprint in year ending 31 December 2018 was 220.6 tCO2e an increase of 1.7% compared to YE2017. The relative carbon footprint was 3.4 tCO2e per employee, a decrease of 7.8% compared to YE2017.

 

CERTIFIED  Year 3


The Planet Mark


This is to certify that A & E Fire and Security has achieved a reduction in its carbon footprint and is committed to continous improvement in sustainability.


Valid to 31 March 2021

Steve Malkin
Founder
The Planet Mark

Sir Tim Smit KBE
Co-Founder
The Eden Project

MEASURE



42.7% carbon reduction per employee

We are committed to reducing our carbon emmissions yearly so that together, we can all halt climate change


  • Total carbon footprint 126.8 tCO2e tCO2e
  • Locations : Cheltenham offices
  • Emission sources : Electricity, natural gas, water, waste, fleet and paper use
  • Reporting period : 1 Jan 2019 –31 Dec 2019

ENGAGE



64 FTE employees

We engage our employees and wider stakeholders to unlock their talent and knowledge to drive year on year progress in sustainability.


COMMUNICATE



We recognise that transparent communication is essential for transformational change and we quantifiably report on


7 UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS


SOCIAL VALUE



Total Social Value £524.080

We measure our contribution to society in terms of employment, work placements and apprenticeships, volunteering and donations, procurement and carbon