Members of Konica Minolta Business Solutions team joined Sunderland City Council for a litter pick at Roker Beach and Marina.
Residents and Konica Minolta employees, Shelley Wilson, Michael Ramshaw, Louise Moran, and David Moody took part in the environmental improvement initiative, organised by Sunderland City Council, one of many public sector organisations in the UK that relies on a fleet of multifunctional devices from Konica Minolta.
Participating in local events, as well as national and international initiatives is a vital element of Konica Minolta’s commitment to sustainability. Earlier this year, the company was listed among the ‘2022 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World’ (2022 Global 100), as well as being awarded a GOLD Level Recognition Medal in the EcoVadis sustainability ratings for 2022, in recognition of its sustained and committed focus to sustainable and socially responsible business practices.
Gemma Lee, Chief People Officer at Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd said, “We encourage all of our employees to get actively involved in supporting sustainability issues that are important to them, as well as taking a proactive role in helping our customers to achieve their sustainability targets and ambitions.”