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Green Credentials and Social Responsibility


Our Suppliers
We encourage our suppliers to follow the most environmental and socially ethical principles wherever possible and we are very proud to work with some of the most sustainable wineries in the world. Find out more about the specific sustainability projects some of our winery partners are doing:


•    Esporão  - Portugal’s most sustainable winery  
•    Morandé -  First to receive the ‘Sustainability Code’ certification in all areas
•    Castillo Perelada – Investing in the protection of local wildlife
•    Eikendal  - Caring for endangered animals and children with disadvantages


Waste Management

Barwell and Jones comply with Recycle Pak, The Nationwide Packaging Scheme. Specifically, in 2011 we took steps to recover and recycle specific tonnages of packaging waste.

Printed Material

Wherever possible we aim to use print and paper suppliers that offer the most environmentally friendly options, such as:
• The Barwell and Jones brochure is printed using ‘9 Lives’ recycled FSC paper and is printed using pureprint® environmental print technology by a CarbonNeutral® company, registered to the Environmental Management System, ISO 14001 and EMAS, the Eco Management and Audit Scheme
• All business cards are printed on 100% recycled paper
• Marketing material such as tent cards, post cards and flyers are printed on FSC paper using organic, vegetable based inks
The FSC logo stamped on our printed materials identifies products which contain wood from well-managed forests certified in accordance with the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council.

Recycling
We aim to re-use and recycle wherever possible. Within our office and warehouse we recycle and reuse the following:
• All waste office paper
• All waste cardboard and plastic wrap
• Polystyrene packaging (reused)
• All Inkjet and Toner Cartridges

Transport Partner
Barwell & Jones major transport partner London City Bond, is committed to achieving a carbon neutral stance by 2015. By doing this they continually aim to improve the following processes:
• Energy saving
• Recycling
• Reduction and conservation of water
• Green travel
• Offsetting emissions
• Persuade suppliers and contractors to adopt environmentally friendly practices
• Measure improvement
• Train and instruct employees to act in accordance of the policies


The Drinkaware Trust
Drinkaware is an independent, UK-wide charity which carries out a range of work to equip people with the knowledge they need to make sensible choices about how much they drink. You can discover more at www.drinkaware.co.uk

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