The Builder's Arms focuses on sustainability

As the UK commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, we’ve decided to take a step back and assess our carbon footprint at The Builder's Arms – and within that, deciding on an effective strategy that will limit our impact on Earth.

We’ve done a lot of work so far and are incredibly proud of this, but there’s still a long way to go, and plenty of things to do.

Our parent company Mitchell’s & Butlers are doing their part, making little changes in the hopes our planet will reap the benefits. Through sustainable decision-making and improvements, we’re focusing on:

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o Net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 (Scopes 1, 2 and 3)

o By 2030, achieving zero waste to landfill

o An overwhelming 50% reduction of food waste by 2030

o A close relationship with FareShare, where we redistribute surplus food to those who need it within the communities

o Our pubs are powered with 100% renewable electricity

o 96% of our operational waste is diverted from landfill

o We’re founding members of the Zero Carbon Forum and are dedicated to reducing our emissions and developing a Roadmap to Net Zero

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