Lynch supports Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) who are leading the way for the UK’s built environment to drastically reduce onsite emissions to air that are harmful to human health and the planet, with updates to the Plant Charter.
Back in 2020, Lynch were one of the first signatories of the Plant Charter, which set out to identify and provide the supply chain with information and guidance on plant standards and management. Due to the ever-changing environment and advances in technology, the School have now published an up to date minimum standards document, which encompasses all changes.
It’s an evolving landscape as we play our part in tackling climate change and reducing the impacts on local neighbourhoods. Through the Supply Chain Sustainability School’s Plant Group, we can collaborate to improve air quality standards across the industry. The school and the plant charter is there to help all sizes of businesses.
Chris Gill - Director
Lynch are proud to support the new document and to evidence that we are fully complying with the Charter, helping to build a greener future for our industry.
Visit the Supply Chain Sustainability School website to find out more about the Plant Charter.
Bell ADTs built for a greener future
Lynch are on a sustainability journey to reach Net Zero Carbon by 2040. Procuring a sustainable fleet is an integral part of our plan and this is why we’re proud to have an order value exceeding £30 million, buying some of the most sustai...
Celebrating Earth Day 2022
Today is Earth Day, but we see every day as an opportunity to make tomorrow’s world better than it was. We’re proud of our sustainability journey so far and have committed to reaching net zero carbon by 2040. This year so...
Lynch Carbon Exercise on the journey to net zero
At Lynch, we are on a journey to net-zero carbon, One of our crucial objectives is to educate, collaborate, promote data transparency, and increase on-site productivity for our customers and other stakeholders. Our sector relies on heavy machinery, ...