Scott Bader recently announced it has been awarded a Gold sustainability rating by EcoVadis, ranking it in the top 4% for sustainability of all companies evaluated globally. The company had previously been awarded a Silver rating.

According to EcoVadis, Scott Bader's sustainability rating has increased to Gold thanks to the implementation of additional measures to report on environmental management, the introduction of an annual sustainability report, the company's commitment to implementing green energy at its sites, its commitment to reducing emissions by 60% by 2025, and its commitment to be completely carbon neutral by 2028. Last year, Scott Bader also offset its scope 1 and 2 emissions for 2020 in partnership with the World Land Trust. It has committed to doing this every year until it is carbon neutral.

EcoVadis is a provider of business sustainability ratings, creating a global network of more than 100,000 rated companies, in over 175 countries, across 200 industries. Scott Bader's performance was rated against 21 indicators grouped into four themes: Environment, Ethics, Labour & Human Rights, and Sustainable Procurement. 

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