GGS has been awarded Platinum status for sustainability by EcoVadis, the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings.
We are delighted to share that GGS has been awarded Platinum status for sustainability by EcoVadis. Following an in-depth audit of our management and service delivery systems, paying particular attention to environment, labour and human rights, and ethics, GGS achieved a score of 77 out of 100. This puts the company firmly within the top 1% of organisations assessed by EcoVadis.
EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings. Their assessment methodology is an evaluation of how well a company has integrated the principles of sustainability and corporate social responsibility into their business and management systems. Along with thousands of other recognised brands committed to evaluating, demonstrating, and improving sustainability performance, GGS is now among the frontrunning brands committed to transparency, innovation, and growth.
Simon Talbot, Managing Director of GGS, had this to say: “GGS has a professional and cultural history in continuous improvement and innovation. This achievement furthers this commitment and is a credit to the entire GGS team. The Platinum medal showcases our collective commitment to environmental, social, and ethical considerations in our internal culture and service delivery. As we grow as an organisation and take on increasingly challenging and sizeable projects, I hope our success gives our clients further confidence in our ability to deliver best practice to the highest standards.”
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New GGS recruit, Matthew Thompson, discusses his fascinating research into the eriophorum genus and its significance to ground gas activity.