Sustainability - Our Six Positive Outcomes

Our Six Positive Outcomes


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Our Six Positive Outcomes form the basis of our 2020 Sustainability Strategy and encompass Carillion's economic, environmental, and social contributions and impacts.

Each outcome outlines our overall mission, the areas that we will focus on, along with specific targets to achieve in line with our 2020 Sustainability Strategy.


 
Enable low carbon economies

Enabling low-carbon economies
Our services will help Carillion's customers work towards carbon neutrality, so together we become the lowest carbon producers in our respective sectors.
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Protect the environment

Protecting the environment
We will work with our customers and suppliers to be best in class in reducing waste, managing use of water and raw materials, and protecting biodiversity wherever we operate.
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Support sustainable communities

Supporting sustainable communities
Our leadership in creating employment and skills opportunities, coupled with our understanding of the needs of our communities, will ensure we have a significant and positive contribution everywhere we work.
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Provide better prospects for our people

Providing better prospects for our people
We will maximise the prospects of our people by offering opportunities for continual learning and development, and create safe, healthy places to work.
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Lead the way in our sector

Leading the way in our sector
We will be recognised as the benchmark in sustainability and innovation, in turn driving demand as the service provider of choice for customers.
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Build a successful business

Building a successful business
Through our sector leadership and role in creating a more sustainable economy, we will increase shareholder value.
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"Our six positive outcomes help to make our 2020 Sustainability Strategy more real, and shape the direction we're taking to achieve our vision"


- David Picton, Carillion Chief Sustainability Officer
David Picton