- This initiative will bring net-zero carbon manufacturing to signage in retail, hospitality, and property sectors
- Introducing four major targets including zero to landfill by 2021; embedding a global, sustainable materials procurement process by 2022; transitioning to a circular economy business by 2023; and transforming into a net-zero carbon business by 2025
- Hexcite is comprised of three businesses: Blaze Signs, Cygnia Maintenance and Concept Signs.
Hexcite has announced an update of its sustainability commitment, Target :: 2025, with four key sustainability and carbon reduction targets by 2025.
As consumer attention continues focuses on sustainability, putting pressure on brands and services to treat the planet as responsibly as possible, Hexcite Holdings is committing to major targets to support fair and green manufacturing and production.
This will include:
- Zero to landfill by 2021
- Embedding a global, sustainable materials procurement process by 2022
- Transitioning to a circular economy business by 2023
- Transforming into a net-zero carbon business by 2025.
Hexcite Holdings is comprised of Blaze Signs, Cygnia Maintenance and Concept Signs, with each working towards the sustainability objectives to reduce operational carbon footprint and ensure sustainable working practices for their business and their suppliers.
It is already making great headway in achieving its targets. Innovations include fully recyclable materials for manufacturing and print projects from and Blaze Signs; and energy audits by Cygnia Maintenance.
Wes Mulligan, CEO of Hexcite Holdings says: “At Hexcite, we pride ourselves on being in step with our clients’ needs and requirements, constantly evaluating where we can add value to them and their organisations. With sustainability being such a core requirement, not just for our retail and brand clients, but for their customers too, all the businesses within Hexcite must commit to our Target :: 2025 ambitions. I am confident that we can be positive leaders for change as willing and active supporters of our clients’ plans.“