What we’re doing for a greener future

At Ventro we are committed to a sustainable growth scheme to replenish tree’s as we recognise that our life saving products have an impact on our planets forest. We are dedicated to address environmental challenges through innovative conservation of our region’s woodland as we introduce the GROW A NEW DOOR scheme.

The Nucleus Sustainability award awarded to Steven Wilson, Operations Manager, Ventro Group, by Stephen Sharman, CHIC, Kevin Hartshorn, VIVID.

Sustainability Award

Nucleus Knowledge Network

Steven Wilson was proud to take home the Nucleus 2019 Sustainability Award at the London Fire Safety Seminar on the 2nd October. 

The Nucleus events are an excellent opportunity to network with industry specialists and gain best practice insights, legislative and industry knowledge specifically related to the sector.

The quarterly events host opportunity for social housing providers to be recognised for their achievements and awarded for their Sustainability, Compliance and Social Value impacts. Organisations will be showcased on how they have gone above and beyond in demonstrating positive impact at the forefront of their operations. 

Ventro's GAND SCHEME Innovator

Steven Wilson – Operations Manager, Ventro Group

 When I joined Ventro I looked at a fire door, all I visualise was tree’s being felled. I knew we couldn’t change the methodology but I did think at the very least we could replenish, hence the idea, GAND was born. If we could at least sew the seeds to match the same number of doors we installed we could meaningfully contribute to a sustainable replenishment program by Growing A New Door.

Listen to Steven Wilson talking GAND here.

Ventro's Environmental Scientist

Jordan Bailey – BSc Hons Environmental Science 

Just as we enjoy trees which were planted by previous generations, we can also let future generations enjoy a green legacy. Trees have a great impact on our society and economy as well as our health, absorbing atmospheric carbon dioxide whilst reducing the effects of climate change.

WHY ARE TREE’S SO IMPORTANT 

Over 20 species of British trees and shrubs are known to have medicinal properties

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity.

Trees absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide and reduce the effects of climate change

TREE FACTS

0 %

OF THE WORLDS FORESTS ARE ALREADY DESTROYED

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SPECIES ARE EXPECTED TO BECOME EXTINCT BY THE NEXT 25 YEARS DUE TO DEFORESTATION  

3
SECONDS

MAN DESTROYS AN AREA OF FOREST THE SIZE OF A FOOTBALL FIELD 

0 LBS

OF C02 IS SEQUESTERED BY A MATURE TREE EVERY YEAR

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