Essity Study Finds Office Workers Value SustainabilityApril 4, 2022
A recent survey by Essity found that 80% of office employees would prefer a more environmentally friendly workplace.
The survey of 2,000 office workers in the United Kingdom found the top workplace complaint was a lack of separate bins for food waste, Cleaning Hygiene Today reports. Other gripes include computers being left on overnight, improper recycling strategies, lack of electrical car-charging ports, and a shortage of bicycle storage space. Nearly half of survey respondents (46%) believe sustainability initiatives are often an afterthought for management and around 60% believe their peers would react positively to a more environmentally friendly office.
“Over the past 18 months there has been a definite shift in our general attitudes towards how to be environmentally friendly. People seem to be taking the issue more seriously than ever before,” said Lee Radki, Essity sales manager.
Essity is a global hygiene and health company that develops, produces, and sells personal care, consumer tissue, and professional hygiene products and solutions. For more information visit www.essity.com.