nom nom ethos
We feel strongly about minimising our environmental impact so we:
Have partnered with Energy revolution to make all our travel carbon neutral
Use only biodegradable packaging and cutlery, this includes ditching traditional foil wrapping on our burritos for paper ones
Source fair-trade, locally grown, and organic products
Carpool to every festival and event we cater
Recycle all used cooking oil with Booker
Continue to uphold he highest hygiene standards and maintain a 5 rating
Use low energy LED lighting
Build our units with reclaimed timber and materials
Surplus products are given to Fareshare or the events supporting charities and organisations that can redistribute the food to those in need to minimising food waste.
Carbon-balancing our travel with Energy Revolution
We’re working with Energy Revolution to tackle the environmental impacts from our travel to events. Travel is typically the largest contributor of carbon emissions at UK festivals so it’s a key place to start making the live events industry more sustainable. Energy Revolution is a charity that helps festivals, audiences, suppliers and artists to act on climate change by measuring and reducing fossil fuel travel and balancing unavoidable emissions a with direct investment in projects that create clean renewable energy.
As an Energy Revolution member we will log our travel to events and donate to balance our fossil fuel miles. 100% of all donations go to generating renewable energy; previous projects have included wind turbine and reforestation in India, community owned solar and wind across the UK as well as helping schools install solar panels on their roofs and educate children about the importance of clean energy.
Energy Revolution works with over 40 of the UK’s best-loved events, including Boomtown, Shambala, Download, Reading, Wilderness, Kendal Calling, Bluedot and Port Eliot. Together Energy Revolution’s members have balanced over 8.4 million fossil fuel travel miles since 2015! We’re working with them to help them reach their target of 10 million miles by 2020.
For more information visit www.energy-revolution.org.uk