Synetiq underscores sustainability credentials

Synetiq has continued its commitment to reducing its environmental impact by securing ISO 50001 accreditation, which recognises its focus on energy management, while also appointing its first sustainability manager.

Elisa Caton, who holds a master’s degree in environmental science from the University of York and brings with her seven years of experience in the sustainability sector, joins the company to support its journey towards net-zero status.

Her appointment is part of the ‘Our Road to Tomorrow’ strategy, a blueprint for how the company will remain the most trusted and sustainable business in its sector.

She will work alongside external consultants and advisers to deliver the company’s ambitious new targets, developed in conjunction with a specialist circular economy consultancy.

She said: “I am absolutely delighted to be joining a company that’s so committed to sustainability and where a passion for the environment is so deep-rooted.  I have been really impressed with the work Synetiq has already achieved.”

Tom Rumboll, UK managing director for IAA and CEO of Synetiq, said: “We are thrilled to have a sustainability manager of Elisa’s calibre join our team and are unbelievably excited about the positive difference she’s going to support across the business. Having a sustainability strategy is one thing, developing the structure and delivering market-leading, measurable results is quite another. We want every member of the Synetiq team to be thinking about sustainability in all that they do.”