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Comment: Bristol takes a lead

A few words from us on why our home city of Bristol means a lot.

Here at ecosurety we are proud to call Bristol home. Next year the city will be European Green Capital, and it's a great opportunity that we intend to participate in fully.

We recently signed the European Green Capital pledge to work at making Bristol a 'low carbon city with a high quality of life for all’ and we are supporting Green Capital's food action group too.

We want Bristol to thrive as a business base, to employ from the local talent pool and to support Bristol businesses in becoming more sustainable.

Most of the staff live as well as work in the city, and our board members are all a committed part of the city’s business communities, networking with other business leaders in the city and supporting the city socially, environmentally and economically wherever possible.

Our Bristol clients include: Denhay Farms, Pie Minister, Hawkes Bay Meat Company (UK), Coleman UK, Tileflair, Butcombe Brewery and Toolstation. We'd love to add some other big names in the years ahead.


Steve Clark

Non-executive director

Steve established Ecosurety in 2003 in response to the lack of flexibility, innovation and customer-focus in the compliance scheme market. He took inspiration from the mobile phone market, which continues to provide a diverse range of pick-and-mix options for the customer, and built the original business on a commitment to provide flexible, friendly and tailored support for all clients.

He is passionate about bringing the latest business concepts from other markets and industries and applying them to the environmental sector for the benefit of clients.


Written by Steve Clark Published 10/10/2014 Topics Sustainability

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