JP Corry, a leading supplier of building materials, has proudly ascended to the esteemed Platinum level in the Business in the Community (BITCNI) Environmental Benchmarking Survey. This prestigious accolade marks JP Corry’s remarkable progress, surpassing its previous Gold status, and solidifies its position as one of Northern Ireland’s top environmentally responsible organisations.
The announcement took place at Windsor Park during the unveiling of the 2023 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey results, orchestrated by BITCNI, the responsible business network. This annual event disclosed the outcomes of a comprehensive assessment involving over 100 organisations across diverse sectors, including General Manufacturing, Local Authority, Education, Utilities, Construction, ICT, and Food and Drink.
Supported by the Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and sponsored by Moy Park, the Survey functions as a tool to evaluate, acknowledge, and incentivise entities that demonstrate exemplary commitment in surpassing the minimum environmental standards set by law.
JP Corry’s elevation to Platinum status underscores the company’s unwavering dedication to sustainability, showcasing its consistent and substantial efforts to minimise its environmental footprint. This recognition highlights JP Corry’s proactive measures and innovative initiatives in sustainability practices, setting a commendable benchmark for the industry.
“We are immensely proud to have achieved Platinum status in the BITCNI Environmental Benchmarking Survey,” stated Chris Collins, Operations Director at JP Corry. “This recognition reaffirms our steadfast commitment to environmental stewardship and encourages us to continue striving for excellence in sustainable practices within our industry.”
The elevation to Platinum in the BITCNI Environmental Benchmarking Survey underscores JP Corry’s commitment to fostering a greener future while setting a significant example for other organisations to follow suit.