We are committed to a long-term plan to decrease our carbon footprint and lessen greenhouse gas emissions.
We acknowledge the reality of climate change and the risks associated with it.
We have respect for the future generationsand their right to enjoy planet earth.
We uphold an environment first culture and root all of our standards in preserving the earth's natural resources.
We have a duty to behave ethically and contribure to society by improving the lives of our employees, customers and community.
Through these 4 pillars we are laying the foundation that will guide our ongoing initiative and allow us to contribute to society by improving the lives of our employees, customers, and those in our community.
Through our partnership with Mitacs, a Canada-wide non-profit academic research organization, we are doing our part in ensuring we plan for the future by preparing for upcoming challenges and looking at how we will tackle them.
Our goal through research and development is to invest in future technology and innovations that are backed by industry leading research, in order to support our long-term sustainability initiatives.
We plan to focus on how we can continue to advance and improve our environmentally friendly operations by incorporating the use of upcycled ocean plastics, greener products and techniques, and alternatives to using salt.
Employee knowledge and participation is key when it comes to Clintar’s long-term plan to decrease carbon emissions.
We have partnered with the Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) to provide education, training and certification programs to ensure all employees have the opportunity to maximize their impact for a greener future.
CERTIFICATIONS WILL INCLUDE:
Our goal is to partner with Canadian Universities and Colleges to create a scholarship program that will be awarded to qualifying undergraduate or graduate students within the fields of:
Together with our co-host, the Centre for Environment and Sustainability at Western University, we are providing opportunities for students to gain experience creating solutions that will influence real-world corporate sustainability initiatives.
The annual competition will bring together students from environmental programs across Canada over two-days in London, Ontario. Student groups will be challenged to think critically and put forward an idea for sustainable innovation.
Cases will be presented to a panel of Clintar executives and Western University professors where one group will be declared a winner.
If you would like to learn more about our initiatives to reduce our carbon footprint and safeguard natural resources please contact us for more information.