Telecetera Ltd

Reducing our impact on the environment

This page outlines some of the initiatives that we undertake around reducing our impact on the environment and natural world.

Our Managing Director is passionate about reducing waste and impacting on our environment.  We only have one planet, which we all share.



Our systems are all cloud based, which means we benefit from economies of scale by sharing our IT infrastructure with 1000s of other cloud users



Our MD travels by train for most appointments. Access to Europe is by Eurostar rather than by flying.



We have no printers, so save on paper, energy, ink, toner, storage of paper and don’t need a shredder, which also takes up space and uses energy.



we proactively recycle any waste, packaging and old IT too. We use ground coffee, paper filters and mugs, which we wash up. Very little waste from our coffee and tea drinking activities 🙂



At the end of each day all power sockets are turned off to desks, which means all docks and monitors are completely powered off. We don’t need much heating as we are in the loft studio at the top of the building.


  1. Reduce waste
  2. Reduce energy consumption
  3. Limit travel and use public transport first and foremost
  4. Encourage supply chain partners to take the initiative too
  5. Educate employees and customers where appropriate


What are your goals for reducing our impact of the environment and the natural world around us? Contact us to inform us of any practical ideas, which you think we should also be actioning.

UK Government Policy and Action

At the present time, the UK Government are encouraging businesses to take action to improve their sustainability.  Read this UK Government Report for more details.


Furthermore, supply chains are being encouraged to be more sustainable and secure, from the Prime Contractors ‘flowing down’ contractual terms and conditions.


See ‘Theme 3: Fighting climate change’ in this UK Government Report on Social Value from page 15 onwards is relevant to ‘Greening Government Commitments’.

Our wonderful planet

beach with litter

Well it is not actually ‘our’ planet.  The planet was here long before humans and will out live us too.


While we are alive we should strive to use the resources of the planet sparingly and respectfully.


Did you like the photo above?  What did you notice first – the lady, her bright blouse, the waves or the jungle?  Look closer.  Did you notice all the litter on the beach?  This is litter from another land, which has travelled 1000s of miles to their beach.  Not fair is it?


What can you do in your organisation to reducing our impact on the environment? We all have a responsibility and duty to do so.

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