Business magazine, Business Leader, has recognised Clarity Environmental in a published list of the ‘Top 32 individuals and their businesses that are set to lead the UK’s ‘green revolution’.
A combination of both established businesses and new disruptive entities, the magazine has identified the names of the businesses to look out for in 2021, identifying those who will lead sustainable innovation and a focus on the ‘green economy’
Our inclusion in the Business Leader sustainable list follows several recent accolades achieved by our business that recognise both our growth and drive to make a difference. With an increasing number of members joining our environmental compliance schemes, our company sales have grown by 45% over the last three years. As a result, in 2020 we ranked 74th in the 2020 Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 league table and were recognised as one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic SME’s in the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ report.
Founder and Managing Director of Clarity Environmental, David Honcoop, said of our inclusion in the ‘Top 32 sustainable businesses to look out for in 2021’:
Founder and Managing Director of Clarity Environmental, David Honcoop, said of our inclusion in the list: “Sustainability is key to driving business growth. With the legislation around resources and waste shifting in focus, alongside a change in consumer demands, I am in no doubt that the businesses preparing now for the green revolution will be the ones to grow in the years ahead. We are commit-ted to playing our own part in driving the UK towards a green economy and we are working hard to support our own customers to prepare for this.
“We are exceptionally proud of the progress our business is making, which is allowing us to continually increase our own sustainability achievements whilst increasing the positive impact we have. We are honoured to be flying the flag for the compliance, recycling and recovery sectors and it is great to see so many strong sustainability initiatives from the other companies and sectors in this list.”
In 2020, Clarity completed a restructure and recruitment drive that is supporting its business growth. Six new employees have now been welcomed to our team, increasing our staff levels by growing our business development, account management, procurement and data teams. With regulations changing, and sustainability becoming increasingly important, in 2020 we set upon developing new services that will effectively support our members as they respond, adapt and prepare for the changes in consumer and environmental demands, legislation, data requirements and technology.