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At Scope Systems, we are proud to call ourselves an environmentally sustainable business, built upon stringent ethical standards. In 2015, we had the opportunity to be part of a new cleaner and greener development in West Leederville in Perth, Western Australia.To affirm our commitment to sustainability, we were able to implement a number of environmental initiatives with the primary purpose of reducing our overall carbon footprint. The result is a clean, eco-friendly workspace that is energy neutral and has an abundance of natural light and fresh air.
In designing our West Leederville office, we were able to implement the following;
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We have a fleet of 4 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles) available for staff to use throughout the day.
By drawing upon the energy generated via solar power, these cars are extremely cost effective to run.
A 70m skylight runs throughout the office, allowing us to take advantage of natural lighting.
As a result, 80% of our lighting needs are catered for, the rest of which is provided by highly efficient LED lighting.
In 2015, we had the opportunity to be part of a new cleaner and greener development in West Leederville in Perth, Western Australia. To affirm our commitment to sustainability, we were able to implement a number of environmental initiatives with the primary purpose of reducing our overall carbon footprint.
The result is a clean, eco-friendly workspace that is energy neutral and has an abundance of natural light and fresh air.
More and more businesses are installing high quality end-of-trip facilities, and Scope Systems is no different. Staff who bike to work have swipe lock access to a secure bike room, and we also provide highly efficient SMEG washer/dryer units.
Customer engagement is very important to us, so we have implemented Zoom Video Conferencing solutions and facilities to provide the best possible experience when a face-to-face is not possible.
Great video conferencing also means less reliance on external trips, reducing our environmental impact.
To lower our environmental footprint, we've invested in a number of energy efficient technologies and appliances.
A fairly new initiative of ours, using the Japanese coined “Bokashi” aerobic composting system. Any leftover organic food scraps, such as vegetables, grains and even things like dairy and meat can be composted.
Once the process has been completed, the compost is then given to a member of the local community.
Scope Systems utilizes a 98kW Solar Panel Grid on the roof of our building in order to harness the readily available energy from the Aussie sun. Additionally, we created 3 solar flowers (1.8kW each) as our contribution to public art in the area.
As a result, we currently produce 200% of our daily energy requirements, of which all left over power is diverted back to the grid. With the advancements in new solar technology, batteries are also something we are considering in our sustainability roadmap.
To ease traffic congestion and reduce our footprint further, staff are reimbursed for public transportation costs to and from the office. As well as this, staff who wish to drive in to work are charged for the use of their car bay for the day. These charges help offset the reimbursement for staff public transport fees.