RLB achieves carbon neutral status in UAE and Qatar

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Natalie Stockman


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Rider Levett Bucknall proudly announces that its operations and services in the UAE and Qatar have achieved carbon neutral status. This significant milestone underscores RLB’s commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility across its global network.

RLB’s efforts to achieve the NoCO2 certification align with its overarching mission to drive positive change within the construction industry. By achieving carbon neutrality, RLB further solidifies its role as a leader in sustainable business practices, setting an example for others to follow in the region.

The accreditation process involved a comprehensive analysis by the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) of RLB’s carbon emissions, encompassing everything from energy consumption to transportation and waste management. Through a strategic focus on reducing emissions, RLB was able to offset its remaining carbon footprint by investing in verified carbon offset projects, contributing to environmental initiatives that mitigate an equivalent amount of CO2.

Sam Graham, Managing Director of RLB UAE and Qatar, proudly states,

This accomplishment reflects our commitment to not only delivering excellence in our services but also ensuring that we operate as responsible corporate citizens. This certification for our UAE and Qatar operations is another step on RLB’s road to becoming net zero by 2030.

RLB’s carbon neutral accreditation in the UAE and Qatar echoes the company’s broader global sustainability initiatives, which include a commitment to reduce emissions, conserve resources, and collaborate with partners to create a more sustainable built environment.