Over 40 members of our team took to the beach in September for a second time as part of a mass clean-up operation. The group spent the morning of Friday 20th September along the coastline by Windsor Lawns clearing up a range of items from clothing, plastic bottles, discarded BBQs, and sweet wrappers.
This is the second time in as many years we have visited the beach to clean up the area and play a part in a growing, widespread issue both domestically and internationally.
"We have always felt that we have a duty to do something,” comments Nordell Managing Director, Paul Mason. “It doesn’t matter how big or small that contribution is, if we all chipped in collaboratively and did our bit, we would make a significant difference. Trips like this don’t just boost morale, but they carry a serious message."
Its impact on the environment has long been a boardroom topic for Nordell throughout its 50+ years in business. This has been demonstrated with its environmental technological developments across its factory which enabled Nordell to achieve the latest ISO14001 Environmental accreditation.
Emma Penn, Business Development Manager at Nordell adds: “Working for a company that concerns itself so much with issues such as the environment gives me enormous pride, and it plays a huge part in why I enjoy working here so much. The company has a strong ethos, ethics, and a clear vision; as an employer you couldn’t ask for more.”