Here in the UK, we are dedicated to reaching net zero carbon emissions by the year 2050. At Browns Old Jewry, we’ve placed careful consideration on not only our carbon footprint, but how we can contribute to limiting the effect it has on our planet through meaningful strategies.
We’ve achieved a considerable amount up to this point, but we’re still exploring other ways we can reduce the environmental impact of our restaurants. When it comes to Earth, there’s always more that can be done.
We’re making changes every single day with sustainable choices, so you can rest easy knowing that while you’re enjoying your favourite dishes, improvements are being made along the way.
o Net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 (Scopes 1, 2 and 3)
o Achieving zero waste to landfill by 2030
o 50% reduction of food waste by 2030
o We continuously work alongside FareShare, redistributing surplus food to communities in need
o Our restaurant is powered with 100% renewable electricity
o 96% of our operational waste is diverted from landfill
o We are founding members of the Zero Carbon Forum and are committed to the reduction of our emissions and Roadmap to Net Zero developments