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The environment
The company encourages measures which promote recycling and reduced energy consumption. It is the company’s policy to:

  • minimise the extent of the environmental impact, where reasonably practicable.
  • conserve energy through minimising consumption and maximising efficiency.
  • promote efficient purchasing which will both minimise waste and allow materials to be recycled
  • adopt efficient waste-management strategies which reduce the amount of waste going to landfill or other disposal sites.
  • seek to minimise any emissions or effluents which may cause environmental damage.

Over the past 12 months, the company has complemented its policy with several initiatives, including areas around energy-efficiency, recycling, ethical working and health and safety.

The company recognises that energy consumption is unavoidable, but understands that we have a responsibility for those resources which we use and that good environmental management is an essential part of being a responsible business.
In the last year, we have continued to work with Carbon Statement to measure each pub’s carbon footprint. From March 2014, ISTA have introduced a weekly carbon emissions report for each pub, detailing the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by each pub, through energy usage and waste disposal, as well as the CO2 emission reduction through recycling. We also comply with the government’s Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme, which started in April 2010.
The company also aims to ensure that, when new pubs are developed or current ones upgraded, equipment and processes are introduced to minimise ongoing energy consumption.

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
The table below show the company’s annual CO2 emissions

GHG Emissions



Scope 1

Tonnes CO2e


Scope 2

Tonnes CO2e



Tonnes CO2e / £m Revenue


  • Conversation factors for electricity and gas are those published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Reported data is in respect of the year ended 31 March 2014 to align to the period under which carbon emissions are reported
  • Refrigerant emissions from our pub are not reported as they are not material

The company has a dedicated supply chain for its food, bottled drinks and non-consumable products, creating a circular economy so that material can be returned to the company’s recycling operation, therefore reducing the companies carbon footprint  from reduced road miles.
During the financial year 2014/15, the pubs segregated and returned 9,697 tonnes of recyclables to our distribution centre, an increase of 5.7% / 524 tonnes on the previous year. This included 5,623 tonnes of cardboard and paper, 3,299 tonnes of cooking oil, 547 tonnes of plastic, 38 tonnes of aluminium,  and 190 tonnes of steel.  The rise has been down to significant increase in cardboard, cooking oil and plastic tonnages on the previous financial year, of 95 tonnes, 320 tonnes and 90 tonnes respectively.

Our supply chain
Roll cages, used to deliver products to our pubs, have been redesigned to reduce the noise created during deliveries.


  • The P & L Software Sustainable Facilities Management Award, awarded by the Chartered Institute of Waste Management 2014
  • Sustainable Leaders Awards, awarded by (Waste & Resource Management) 2014