Embracing Our Corporate Social Responsibility
eibe is delighted to have been recognised by a host of different bodies and organisations for its inventive creativity, manufacturing prowess and CSR over the course of many years.
Our International Green World Ambassadors status for 2015/2016 came as a result of the environmental success of our 2015 Southwater Dinosaur Park scheme and our 2014 Walthamstow Regeneration project entitled “Eastmenders”, of which the Green Apple Award judges commented:
“eibe’s Waltham Forest project has established a framework of playspaces across the London borough. Children can now play, socialise and integrate with each other; something that was previously unavailable in many built-up areas of the East End. eibe’s play equipment entertains, exercises and occupies the youngsters, leaving the older generations to roam freely and safely among the imaginative surroundings.”
Building on that, we are thrilled to have scooped two more big awards in 2015. Our Primary Spaces Project has won a Green Apple Award and CSR Award. What's more exciting is that we have a plethora of new schemes that we know have award-winning credentials to continue our proud tradition in 2016 and beyond.
Previously, eibe has received an eco-visitor award for its Dalby Forest project. Dalby was previously the recipient of a Sustainable Development Award in the CSR Excellence Category at The Crystal in London, also in 2014.
Below: Our previous proud achievements.
Play companies spend tens of thousands of pounds on producing enormous catalogues showcasing their array of products. One year on and the prices in the catalogue are out of date; so even more get printed. eibe is taking a huge stride forward in its sustainability pledge by merely placing a sticker on existing brochures, steering customers to our Webshop to find out new prices, and indeed, to buy online!
Our stunning playspace at the Kyle of Lochalsh, where an imposing Pirate Ship nestles in the picturesque Scottish bay, is a charming example of where we enhance the cosmetic nature of a project through its natural elements.
And our most recent contribution to the area of biodiversity? To protect a nervous Knot of Newts during a complex installation at Anglers Park in Yorkshire!