We are extremely proud to introduce our own 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the refrigeration, wider engineering and local communities.
SDGs are a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations General Assembly. Wave have committed to achieve the advancement of their own goals aligned to this initiative. Our award-winning Special Projects Manager, Ellie Clare, is taking the lead on this business crucial initiative, and all of the team at Wave will play their part. We will monitor our advancement and report back on attaining our targets to both industry and local communities in the UK and India on a regular basis.
Our SDGs have been carefully considered and complement our industry leading culture that is based on organisational development and training, equality, diversity, and supporting our local communities.
Our SDGs also reflect our company vision: “Wave promote sustainable engineering practices that protect our natural environment for present and future generations”.
Some of our SDGs are very personal. This is because we are small business (albeit with a demonstratable global presence) that prides itself on maintaining a close family ethos. We are 100% confident in attaining our goals, and over time replacing those that have been achieved with new ones.
As a company that provides refrigeration engineering, with close links to local communities, we strongly believe in practising what we preach. We hope that our connections, industry peers and local community will back our goals and monitor the progress that we make. We must all play our part in supporting the United Nations SDGs if we are to achieve a sustainable future.
Our official launch on 31st October 2019 was supported by the Keighley Cougars RLFC, and we were delighted to share our aspirations and vision with former New Zealand International and Rugby League Legend Jake Webster.
To date we have completed two SDG projects, with brochures available below for download for the periods of Q4 2019 and Q1-Q2 2020. We are proud to be working on our third SDG project, with an update due in Q3 2020.