PracticeAccounting FirmsArmstrong Watson invests £250,000 in green products

Armstrong Watson invests £250,000 in green products

Top 40 firm has spent about £250,000 in products to reduce its energy and consumable costs

ARMSTRONG WATSON has invested about £250,000 in reducing its carbon footprint.

The Top 40 firm has thrown out its numerous printers, photocopies and fax machines in favour of a selection of Canon products which use less energy and consumables such as paper and toner.

The new machines have reduced print volumes by about 5% and consumables by 75%.

David Clarkson, (pictured) commercial director Armstrong Watson, said: “The consistent user experience and technology updates have allowed us to focus on our ‘Future Vision’ Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, which aims to reduce our environmental impact across areas such as energy consumption and consumables.

“We now have many clients across the renewable energy and sustainability sectors so having our own strong environmental credentials is essential and helps us stand out from our competitors.”

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