We take the pain out of finding professional tradespeople. Accredited Level 2 Service Provider aiming to be always evolving and love a challenge - we welcome opportunities to produce innovative solutions.
For the Environment
Accredited Level 2 Service Provider 3649
LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL DESIGN Consultation, construction, maintenance
CUSTOM LIGHTING FIXTURES Your vision, our passion
SOLAR POWER Photovoltaic Design and install CEC A1524942
HEATED FLOORING In slab, in screed, underfloor
EWP Certified, insulated elevated work platform
LIGHTING HIRE Festoons, fairy lights, lawn and table lamps
INTERCOMS Single and multi residential intercoms and access control
METER BOXES Upgrades and replacements
For the environment we:
We always carefully clean up our job and leave no plastic waste.
And that includes cable ties! It's a bit standard that tradies cut them and drop them, so they end up in the environment. Not us. All of the team are aware that the used cable ties are disposed of properly.
We source materials for the business with the least packaging possible and we comment to suppliers when items are over packaged.
We have a strong commitment to recycling.
We also look for opportunities to be responsible corporate citizens. For example we are a supporter of Paddle Against Poverty
According to the WWF, over 53 kilograms of plastic are produced for every person on the planet every year. Think about that...for some of you, that may be more than you weigh! We need to turn the tide on our collective appetite for plastic. Learn more about how you can make a difference by visiting our website www.plasticfreeoceans.org #reducereuserecycle
If you are in business and in Sydney 22 Nov. check out this most worthwhile couple of hours. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taronga-unwrapped-helping-business-break-up-with-plastic-tickets-50252954941?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Sure zero plastic consumed is the ultimate goal, but this is a good stepping stone innovation in these situations. With non plastic ties you can use as well. Oh and the vegetable waste in the bag was in the compostable bin - I think I remember that correctly.
Bummer, last week I spoke on Economic Development NZ conference and this wonderful leader was to be speak a couple of hours before me and I was hoping for a coffee to talk about plastics (I had the right connection to tee it up), but she had to pull out of the event. Check out her leadership on plastics: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/new-zealand-ban-plastic-bags-2018-8
Speaking today on a conference in the Bay of Islands NZ - last night had the privilege of being in a ceremony here in this building on the spot where the Treaty of Waiting was signed 180 years ago. It was special to give a nod to that momentous piece of history.