Helping Willmott Dixon achieve net zero carbon by 2030

St Albans Wood Recycling have been chosen to work on the development of the city’s Oaklands College in support of Willmott Dixon’s pledge to be net zero carbon by 2030.   

Willmott Dixon is the first construction company to sign-up to all three of The Climate Group’s business campaigns, EV100, EP100 and RE100, aimed at delivering a greener, more sustainable zero carbon future.  Choosing to use Community Wood Recycling to ensure that all timber not required is sorted for reuse goes alongside other initiatives including creating early electrical connections to the grid so that the tower crane, site and welfare facilities do not need diesel generators.

We are delighted to be playing our part in such an exciting initiative.