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Driving business efficiency through environmental improvement

I set up Earthly Gains to help companies benefit from the techniques that I have learnt from working with hundreds of companies over the last 20 years. In the Early 1990’s, I managed a project to help companies put in environmental management systems. Everyone thought that this would raise costs and be a burden on management. In fact, all of the companies involved saved money. They all discovered some aspect of their operations were using resources inefficiently. This was an early demonstration that few companies are truly resources efficient. Companies focus on delivering their core products and services as effectively as possible. Few have the time to analyse where they could be more efficient. Those that do have time don’t necessarily have the skills needed to best drive resource efficiency. I led a major programme to help businesses in the UK become more resource efficient. It helped many thousands of companies in the UK to save money through resource efficiency. We found that through resource efficiency companies could realistically expect annual savings of at least : £1000 per employee in manufacturing £200 per employee in service industries Of course, many companies save much more than this. In the late 1990’s, the concept of sustainability was starting to gain traction with leading companies. Resource efficiency can help with many aspects of sustainability. I have helped many people understand how to address sustainability in their company and to reap the benefits that being more sustainable can bring. Earthly Gains can help your company to reap similar benefits.
Martin Gibson
© Martin Gibson, trading as Earthly Gains, 2016
Martin Gibson

About

Driving business efficiency through

environmental improvement

I set up Earthly Gains to help companies benefit from the techniques that I have learnt from working with hundreds of companies over the last 20 years. In the Early 1990’s, I managed a project to help companies put in environmental management systems. Everyone thought that this would raise costs and be a burden on management. In fact, all of the companies involved saved money. They all discovered some aspect of their operations were using resources inefficiently. This was an early demonstration that few companies are truly resources efficient. Companies focus on delivering their core products and services as effectively as possible. Few have the time to analyse where they could be more efficient. Those that do have time don’t necessarily have the skills needed to best drive resource efficiency. I led a major programme to help businesses in the UK become more resource efficient. It helped many thousands of companies in the UK to save money through resource efficiency. We found that through resource efficiency companies could realistically expect annual savings of at least : £1000 per employee in manufacturing £200 per employee in service industries Of course, many companies save much more than this. In the late 1990’s, the concept of sustainability was starting to gain traction with leading companies. Resource efficiency can help with many aspects of sustainability. I have helped many people understand how to address sustainability in their company and to reap the benefits that being more sustainable can bring. Earthly Gains can help your company to reap similar benefits.