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Shore awarded Silver medal for sustainability

Published: 16 August 2022

Independent sustainability rating agency, EcoVadis, has awarded Shore with a Silver award, acknowledging our commitment to social and environmental change.  

The rigorous assessment evaluates how we incorporate and demonstrate the principles of sustainability and corporate social responsibility across four main areas: labour and human rights, ethics, environmental and sustainable procurement. 

We’re pleased that our rating confirms our position as the top 9% of all companies assessed. EcoVadis has grown to become the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, creating a global network of more than 90,000 rated companies.  

Scott Graham, Quality Manager: “The award confirms our drive for sustainability, not only through our products and services, but also our daily operations.  

Our sustainability journey is all about continuous improvement. It was great to see that we’ve improved our score from our last review in 2019 and we were just one point away from the gold rating this time. While it’s unfortunate we didn’t reach this, it will motivate us to further develop our practices to achieve the gold rating next time”. 

Nick Foley, Managing Director: “Scott and the team were involved in a thorough, evidence-based process required by EcoVadis to demonstrate our sustainable practices. The silver rating is a fantastic achievement by everyone at Shore. 

Our customers want to work with businesses who share the same values when it comes to sustainability and corporate social responsibility. The EcoVadis rating validates our status, along with our CarbonNeutral® company certification which was renewed earlier this year”. 

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