From the outside, it’s hard to imagine the sustainability revolution that’s going on inside Internet Fusion’s warehouse on Prologis Park Kettering. Here, 10,000 orders are shipped every day to surfers, snowboarders, equestrians and people who love spending time in the great outdoors: the very people who experience, first-hand, the effect that plastic pollution and global warming are having upon their chosen activities.
In an era where the word sustainability pops up almost everywhere, Internet Fusion doesn't just pay lip service to reducing the effect its activities have on the environment; instead, it's put sustainability at the heart of everything it does and that includes the warehouse in which it's based as Adam Hall, Head of Sustainability for Internet Fusion explains:
“Global climate change isn’t just threatening future generations, it’s something that is happening right now and at an increasing rate. Our customers experience first-hand the effect that global warming and plastic pollution is having upon the environment and, for us, it was important to prove our commitment to sustainability through actions, rather than words – that’s why we chose to locate our main distribution centre in a Prologis building.”