Published: 29th Aug 2019

1 in 3 employees in the social housing sector say they feel no responsibility to be environmentally friendly at work, according to a survey. Drainage company Metro Rod asked over 2,000 people their views on a range of environmental issues with many admitting that they paid no consideration to a number of issues that have a significant impact on building facilities and the working environment. This included 36% saying they did not worry about drains at work as their businesses will pay to repair them; 40% that said they did not worry about energy consumption as they don’t pick up the bill and 27% that said they cared less about recycling at work as it isn’t their responsibility. Social housing employees reported a range of factors that influence their likelihood of being environmentally friendly in the workplace, with 40% saying they were less likely to take this into consideration when they … (To read the full article, subscribe below)