Environmental

At Marshalls, we’re committed to achieving the highest standards of environmental performance. Whether it’s reducing our carbon footprint or promoting biodiversity at our works, Marshalls continues to strive for real environmental results in everything we do.

Carbon

Our Target: Reduce absolute emission of CO2 in line with Government targets; 80% by 2050 and 34% by 2020.
Marshalls re-certification of the Carbon Trust Standard

Marshalls has successfully demonstrated a reduction in Energy and Carbon and achieved re-certification to the Carbon Trust Standard.

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Document Date: 01 February 2012

Marshalls' Environmental Policy Statement

Marshalls is committed to achieving the highest standards of environmental performance ... for the latest Policy see the Publications Library

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Document Date: 24 January 2011

Marshalls' Energy & Climate Change Policy Statement

This policy document is consistent with our sustainability strategy and supports our vision by helping us to operate our business, as market leaders, in a sustainable and responsible manner. For teh latest see teh Publications Library

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Document Date: 24 January 2011

Commercial Carbon Footprints

Working with the Carbon Trust Marshalls are please to be able to extend the carbon labelling of all their commercial products in accordance with Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 2050.

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Document Date: 01 June 2010

Marshalls Awarded Carbon Trust Standard

Marshalls plc has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard for its efforts to measure, manage and reduce its carbon footprint

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Document Date: 24 November 2009

Carbon Reduction Achievement

Note: for the very latest information see the Marshalls Environmental KPI Report 2011. As a result of its carbon reduction programme, Marshalls has carbon labelled over 500 products from its domestic paving range.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

Carbon Calculator

Try out our carbon calculator and work out the carbon footprint of your new garden or driveway.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

www.marshalls.co.uk/transform/carbon-calculator/

Carbon Labelling with the Carbon Trust

Marshalls has demonstrated its true approach to sustainability by carbon labelling the largest number of products anywhere in the world.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

May Day Network

Marshalls is a member of The Prince’s May Day Network and has been featured as a case study of best practice on The Prince’s May Day Network website.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Case Study of Marshalls' product carbon footprints

A case study of how product carbon footprints are evaluated.

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Document Date: 01 April 2010

Water

Our Target: Reduce use of water from mains and licensed boreholes to 0.05m3 per tonne of production by 2015
Driveways Planning Permission

The answer from Ian Austin, Minister of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government, to a Parliamentary Question tabled by a local MP on the use of permeable paving materials.

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Document Date: 10 March 2010

Brookfoot Case Study

Marshalls’ commitment to reducing water in the manufacturing process has resulted in two sites, Brookfoot and Ramsbottom, becoming almost self sufficient in process water through their work in water recycling and harvesting.

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Document Date: 11 August 2009

Future Water Legislation

Chris Harrop comments on Future Water, the Government’s new legislation on the supply and use of water.

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Document Date: 11 August 2009

Water

Note: for the very latest information see the Marshalls Environmental KPI Report 2012 in the publications library. Marshalls’ commitment to reducing water in the manufacturing process has resulted in two sites, Brookfoot and Ramsbottom, becoming almost self sufficient in process water through their work in water recycling and harvesting.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

Biodiversity

Our Target: Develop biodiversity plans for all appropriate sites by 2012
National Bat Monitoring Programme Pipistrelle Colony Count

2010 was the first year Marshalls joined the National Bat Monitoring Programme reporting a peak count of 71 Pipistrelle bats making it the 23rd largest colony in teh East Midlands.

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Document Date: 02 June 2011

Stoke Hall Breeding Bird Survey 2011

Marshalls’ Stoke Hall Quarry in Derbyshire has been awarded the Wildlife Trusts Biodivbersity Benchmark for land Management and has implemented a biodivesity action plan (BAP) into its existing integrated Management system. As part of this plan read the breeding bird survey report for 2011 carried out by Simon Bailey of Sheffield Bird Study Group www.sbsg.org .

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Document Date: 01 June 2011

Open Day at Marshalls' Stainton Quarry in Maltby

Marshalls is inviting its partners and the local community to its second biodiversity open day at Stainton Quarry in Maltby on 14 August 2010.

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Document Date: 14 July 2010

Marshalls Biodiversity Open Day 2010

In May 2010, Marshalls held the first of two Biodiversity Open Days at Stainton quarry and Maltby works to celebrate the United Nation’s International Year of Biodiversity.

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Document Date: 26 May 2010

Second Biodiversity Benchmark for Marshalls

Marshalls has become the first company in Derbyshire to achieve The Wildlife Trusts’ Biodiversity Benchmark for Land Management. Marshalls specialist business Stancliffe Stone, one of the UK's largest dimensional stone suppliers, has gained recognition from The Wildlife Trusts for its proactive approach and commitment to biodiversity at its Stoke Hall site.

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Document Date: 25 February 2010

Biodiversity

Marshalls’ Maltby site received the Wildlife Trusts Biodiversity Benchmark for Land Management and Maltby became the first active manufacturing site in the UK to be accredited with the benchmark.

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Document Date: 01 January 2009

Waste

Our Target: Reduce by 3% the total waste to landfill per production output per annum on 3 year rolling average
Reduce by 2% per tonne of production output per annum over a 3 year cycle to a level where Pack and Product safety is not compromised
Waste & Waste Packaging

Note: for the very latest information see the Marshalls Environmental KPI Report 2011 in the publications library. In 2008, 90% of Marshalls’ waste was reused or recycled (2007: 82%) with only 10% going to landfill (2007: 18%).

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

Transport

Transport

Transport has a major impact on Marshalls’ environmental footprint but by positive well managed programmes, the logistics operation is contributing to Marshalls’ overall environmental improvement exercise as part of its target of achieving a sustainable future.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

EcoPoints

Developing EcoPoints for Commercial Landscapes

Marshalls is working with the Building Research Establishment (BRE) to establish the environmental profile of its commercial products.

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Document Date: 01 August 2009

Use our online tool to calculate the carbon footprint of your chosen products
Carbon Calculator
 
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