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Out of Eden grab gold for going green

Picker[O]ut of Eden has clinched the Cumbria Business Environment Network (CBEN) Gold Award yet again. The Green at Heart award, is bestowed on Cumbrian businesses that have taken steps to ensure they are constantly striving forward in managing their environmental impact. The South Cumbrian business, first gained the Green at Heart award in February 2012 and have consistently been presented with it every year since.

The Kirkby Stephen based hospitality supply company is renowned, for its ethical and environmentally friendly business ethos and as such, has been recognised in this years awards for their progress in assessment and control of environment practice.

Mike Gannon, Managing Director of Out of Eden, said: “It’s excellent that we’ve been recognised once again by the Cumbria Business Environment Network for our efforts to reduce our environmental impact. We’re hugely proud of where we come from and our holistic approach to business considers the local and global consequences of everything we do.”

CBEN is a Cumbrian group of environmental support experts who help local businesses to identify and implement environmental improvements and cost saving schemes, with the aim to improve efficiency and profits, while helping to care for the environment and creating employment opportunities.

Out of Eden is a hospitality trade supply company, with clients ranging from the biggest players in the hotel market to: self-catering cottages, cruise liners, B&B’s, restaurants, offices, universities and even the military. As the Eden Valley’s largest employer, it is fiercely proud of its family run Cumbrian roots and commitment to ethical business practices.

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