Tileflair are reducing
our Carbon Footprint
This means we are committed to calculating and reducing our impact on climate change year on year.
This has been independently validated by "Go Climate Positive".
About usTileflair are the largest privately owned tile supplier in the south. Our mission is to help our customers Create Something Beautiful by providing the best possible customer experience.
We aim to build such trust and strong relationships with our customers that they choose to return to us again and again, year after year. This includes taking care of the environment in which we operate.
Our aim is to be a “net zero” carbon emissions company achieving a balance between the greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere and those taken out.
1) For the emissions we control directly, we aim to reach net zero by 2040 with an ambition to reach an 80% reduction by 2030. The main types of emissions we control directly are from:
a) Our diesel and petrol powered vehicles;
b) Our gas and electricity usage for heating and lighting.
2) For the emissions we can influence, we aim to reach net zero by 2045 with an ambition to reach an 80% reduction by 2040. The main types of emissions we can influence are from:
a) The production of products that we sell;
b) The transport by others of products that we sell
We have committed to reducing emissions over the next year by:
Our Net Emissions is the total amount of greenhouse gases we produced in the year once the amount we saved has been taken into account.
This is the total amount of greenhouse gases we produced in the year.
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This is the total amount of greenhouse gases we saved in the year.
Our benchmarks allow us to compare our emissions with the average amount that other organisations in our industry sector produce.
kgCO2e per £m revenue
lower than industry average
This chart shows how our emissions have changed over the last 5 years.
We have switched our electricity supply to renewable.
We have switched all electricity supplied to our showrooms to renewable.
We are investigating how we can create a zero emissions transport fleet
We are looking at how we can transition our van deliveries to electric, including both our own fleet and our use of couriers.
Our HGV fleet will be more of a challenge but we continue to look for low emissions options, such as the use of biofuels. In the meantime we will aim to reduce our emissions through load consolidation and improved journey planning.
‘Go Climate Positive’ is a membership programme that makes it easy for businesses to calculate, reduce and offset their carbon emissions. It is designed to adhere to the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard and Corporate Value Chain Standard.