a better place or that we were able to make someone’s day brighter by donating our services or products.
For me, running a successful business at Chas Clarkson means much more than just the bottom line, it means giving back to the community and creating a platform where our team can grow and prosper.”
On a more global level, we proudly support the Aberdare Ranges Primary School in Kenya where we supply support to educate, feed and cloth two primary aged children throughout the year.
They are making great progress and they send us regular updates on their activities and achievements.
for over 1000 people who attended the event we hosted on Christmas Day. As such, your contribution ensured every member of our community had the opportunity to experience a joyous Christmas Day...."
At Chas Clarkson we are commmited to delivering quality decorative products and services to our clients throughout Australia, while undertaking this commitment we also keep in the forefront of our mind our interaction with the environment and try at all times to impleiment sustainable business pratices while lighting up your Christmas. At Chas Clarkson we are committed to addressing the following issues in regards to environmental impact:
- Informing and motivating our staff and encouraging them to play an active role in our recycling and low energy use initiatives. We currently run recycling programs for copper wire, cardboard, steel, aluminum and timber pallets. In 2012 we recycled 10 tonne of cardboard, 2 tonne of copper and 8 tonne of metal.
- We will continue to promote, develop and implement waste prevention, waste reduction programs and we will re-use materials where possible & recycle on site in a systematic and cost effective manner.
- We will encourage our clients to actively seek appropriate end of life solutions for their Christmas decorations. These options are recycling of copper wire products, cardboard packaging, wood and steel structures.
- We will work closely with our suppliers and customers towards achieving our environmental policy aims