Waste management is only a small part of what your relationship with Veolia can include. Your account manager can offer guidance on how we can support you to create a sustainability strategy, and implement solutions that help you meet your goals.
Making sustainability work for your business
Pub and restaurant businesses have a lot more to think about than ensuring they are open for business and operating efficiently, although these are crucial areas to think about in their own right, particularly considering the challenges the hospitality industry has faced in 2020/21. They need to ensure that they are implementing sustainable initiatives, in order to meet targets and avoid unnecessary fees. They need to ensure they are getting the most out of their waste and thinking about the circular economy. On top of all this, they have to meet legislative requirements, and much more besides.
Going beyond the day to day
Your account manager will be able to support your business with all of this and more. As well as offering support for day to day operations such as waste management, they will be able to use their in-depth knowledge of your business to support you with the creation of a sustainability strategy. As circular economy and sustainability experts, we will be able to support you in the implementation of initiatives like turning waste products into resources, or redistributing surplus food.
With the Cortauld Commitment 2025 in the sights of many in the hospitality and food & beverage industries, it's important to start thinking now about how you can reduce food waste, water usage and carbon emissions. As part of our commitment to supporting your business to prepare for the future, your account manager will be an active member of your team, ensuring that you are best-placed to implement new sustainable solutions.
More than sustainability
Aside from supporting your business to become more sustainable, your account manager can assist with compliance and making sure that legislative requirements cause minimal disruption. They get to know your business in depth so that they are able to identify opportunities to improve efficiency, implement sustainable solutions and reduce costs.