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CareHomeLife on the path to Net Zero, protecting people the planet and care homes’ pockets

Award-winning care home supplier CareHomeLife, whose core purpose is ‘to honour our loved ones with dignity’ has announced its commitment to make 100% of its operations carbon neutral, to support them on their journey to Net Zero.

The company will achieve carbon neutrality through operational efficiencies, including an emissions reduction plan.

Eddy Fishwick, Chairman of CareHomeLife said “This is a decision that feels ethically right to me both professionally and personally. An integral part of our strategy for 2022 and beyond is prioritising people and the planet whilst protecting care home’s pockets. For integrity, it is important we walk the talk.

Our intentions include working closely with manufacturers to reduce the carbon footprint of our products, meaning we can champion the sustainability goals of our care home customers too. Collectively, we can and must do more.”

CareHomeLife have appointed Auditel, a leading UK Cost, Procurement & Carbon Solutions Company, to support them on their journey toward Net Zero.

Eddy continued “It is an ambitious plan and one which the whole team is fully committed to. In alignment with our people, planet and pocket promise, we are all aware of the ever-increasing impacts of climate change. I have been inspired by other companies setting impressive targets and it is vital that as a business we make our contribution to building a sustainable working world.

We have appointed Auditel to help us deliver a substantiated carbon assessment and emissions reduction plan giving us the rigour needed to ensure we work towards our goal in a credible and measured way.”

Robert Allison, Carbon Solutions Director at Auditel added. “We are delighted to be working with CareHomeLife, a genuine champion of sustainability in healthcare supplies to care homes. We look forward to working with the team and their supply chain to help them achieve an industry recognised standard of carbon neutrality.”

“We are delighted to be working with CareHomeLife, a genuine champion of sustainability in healthcare supplies to care homes. We look forward to working with the team and their supply chain to help them achieve an industry recognised standard of carbon neutrality.”

Rob Allison, Carbon Solutions Director at Auditel

About CareHomeLife 

CareHomeLife is based in Buckshaw Village, Lancashire, providing essential healthcare consumables and equipment to private care homes for over 40 years. They won 2 awards at the 2021 Care Sector Supplier Awards for Multi-Service Supplier and Infection Prevention & Control via their housekeeping solutions. Their mission is ‘to provide care home essentials that prioritise people, planet and care home’s pockets’.

To learn more about CareHomeLife visit: https://www.carehomelife.co.uk/