The Guardian newspaper has unveiled the green measures which have been taken in its London office space to ensure it remains environmentally-friendly.
It says that it has taken a number of steps towards improving its environmental performance including the appointment of environmental manager Claire Buckley.
According to the newspaper, its new London office space in King’s Cross, where it is moving to later this year, will be “significantly more energy efficient than the old 1960s office we move out of”.
It added: “The building uses renewable energy as does our other office in Clerkenwell.
“Our energy intensive London print site GPC also switched to a renewable energy contract in October 2008.”
As well as having a greener commercial property, the paper also states that it has made headway in making its newspaper and magazine printing, and distribution more sustainable.
The company says that “sustainability will be at the heart of our procurement processes”.