Join a trusted network of responsible cafes, bars and restaurants taking positive sustainable actions for the local community and nature
Production releases greenhouse gas emissions
Plastic packaging, bottles, cans, polystyrene, bags and other single-use packaging are the top offenders found on Planet Patrol clean ups
Get your Eco Pledge guide with the checklist of criteria to meet and practical solutions:
Already taken positive sustainable steps and want to apply?
Ways Planet Patrol supports businesses taking the Eco Pledge – what we do for you:
Place you on Planet Patrol’s national map of trusted venues who have taken the Eco Pledge to help new customers find you
Provide digital Eco Pledge logo and assets for use on your website and social channels
Promote your Eco Pledge progress to Planet Patrol’s audience
Support you in communicating your sustainability journey: marketing advice and digital assets for use in your communications
Access Planet Patrol’s network of sustainable brands with opportunities to co-brand sustainable and reusable merchandise
Provide window sticker and tent card for display in venue (coming later 2021)
Opportunities to be part of future Planet Patrol initiatives, helping drive additional footfall.
More than 90% of consumers say they would be more likely to go to a venue that publicises its environmental impact
78% of consumers say it is no longer acceptable for companies just to make money – they need to positively impact society
If customers don’t feel a business is doing their bit to save the environment there is almost a 90% chance they won’t visit that business again.
There is an estimated £0.88 trillion opportunity for businesses that make sustainability credentials clear
‘Packaging negative’ means your venue removes more packaging from the environment than it uses.
You have refillable and reusable systems in place, don’t use single-use packaging (coffee cups, bottles, cups, sachets etc) and litter pick to remove litter from the local area. If you use some single-use packaging, to be ‘packaging negative’ you must remove more litter from nature than you use as a venue.
Take responsibility for your business’s environmental footprint. Set the ambitious goal to be a ‘packaging negative’ business:
Want to become packaging negative? Take the Eco Pledge and get in touch with Planet Patrol to discuss your business and track progress to packaging negative.
Coming soon: Interactive Map connecting sustainably-minded customers with sustainably-minded food and drink venues who have taken the Eco Pledge. Click on a pin to see an example business profile.
Already taken the Eco Pledge with Planet Patrol but have completed more criteria and removed more single-use items? Let us know the additional steps you have taken and we will update your profile on Planet Patrol’s national map so new customers can see the progress that you’ve made. If any of your company details have changed, also let us know.
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