John Sisk & Son Becomes an Official Engaged Member of the RPM Program
Incredible Milestone Achieved! John Sisk & Son becomes an Engaged Member of the RPM Program this Plastic Free July
With an impressive legacy spanning over 150 years, John Sisk & Son is a renowned construction company committed to environmental responsibility and social impact. Their unwavering dedication to sustainability sets them apart. From obtaining LEED and BREEAM certifications for energy-efficient buildings to promoting circular economy initiatives and engaging with local communities, their sustainability efforts are commendable.
Collaborating with organisations like the Responsible Plastic Management (RPM) Program CIC further demonstrates their commitment to collective action for a greener future.
Aaron Marshall met with Keith O’Flynn Sisk Group Supply Chain Sustainability Manager at the RPM Program Offices to confirm the Engaged Status and said “I am proud to share this exciting news with our community of sustainability enthusiasts. This partnership marks a significant stride in our mission to combat plastic waste and promote responsible plastic management practices internationally. Sisk Engaged membership demonstrates the organisation as environmentally focused. Through their leadership, John Sisk & Son can inspire others to follow suit and embrace responsible practices, driving positive change in the construction industry and beyond. We look forward to working with John Sisk & Son."
Keith O’Flynn Sisk Supply Chain & Sustainability Manager said "We are thrilled to have recently joined the RPM Program which will underpin our commitments in our 2030 Sustainability Roadmap to eliminating Single Use Plastics in all operations by 2023. Like Sisk, RPM are a leader in responsible business practice and I look forward to working with Aaron and the team.”
Together, we will embark on a transformative journey to drive positive change. By leveraging the expertise and resources of both organisations, we aim to implement solutions that will significantly reduce plastic waste generated by construction projects.
Through this partnership,our team and John Sisk and Son will collaboratively work to minimise single-use plastics, enhance recycling efforts, and explore sustainable alternatives, leaving a lasting impact on our environment.
We both believe that collective action is the key to overcoming the challenges posed by plastic pollution. Collaborating with a reputable and socially responsible company like John Sisk and Son empowers us to amplify our efforts and accelerate the transition towards a circular economy.
We express our sincere gratitude to John Sisk and Son for embracing the RPM Program's mission and committing to drive positive change in the construction industry.
Kudos to the John Sisk & Son team.