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Wrigleys : Wrigley Pacific Sustainability Report 2010
... in scoresby Scoresby adopted a ‘back to basics’ approach to launching their Go Green program, presenting Go Green tote bags to all Associates to discourage the use of plastic bags in transporting their personal effects to and from work. The site has also transitioned from using cardboard coffee cups and plastic drinking bottles to providing personalised ceramic mugs and installing drinking fountains across the site. This simple change has saved 100,000 paper cups and plastic lids from being discarded every year. Paper usage has been reduced by mandating double-sided printing and monthly usage reports are distributed and displayed in all print rooms. The removal of individual rubbish bins at each Associate’s desk has also stimulated an increased focus on recycling. Energy consumption at Scoresby was diminished by a further 20 per cent in the first six months of 2010. One of the activities implemented saw the introduction of tinted windows in meeting rooms and the canteen, which reduced heat absorption and losses by 30 per cent due to the five-star rating of the tint. The temperature of Scoresby’s cooling system has also been increased by two degrees. The above changes have resulted in reducing the use of ozone-depleting gases by 80 per cent. Planet WRIGLEy PACIfIC SUSTAINAbILITy REPORT 2010 19 Go Green Champions Scoresby