The Eurovia Group, incorporating Ringway, Euromark, Eurosigns and Eurovia businesses in the UK, has been awarded a Silver recognition after only it’s second year of entering from Business in the Community’s (BITC’s) Corporate Responsibility Index (CRI), a significant leap from its Bronze award in 2009.
Eurovia has achieved a 6% improvement from its 77% in 2009 to 83% in 2011. In real terms, however, this achievement is even greater as the index is updated and strengthened each year to ensure that it remains challenging to all participants.
Managing Director of the Eurovia Group, Scott Wardrop says, “After having achieved Bronze in 2009, to achieve Silver demonstrates our commitment to delivering a robust corporate responsibility strategy supported throughout the group. This has been made possible by the hard work in all operational areas.”
The Corporate Responsibility Index (CRI) helps companies to integrate and improve corporate responsibility throughout their business operations, by providing a systematic approach to managing, measuring and reporting on business impacts in society and on the environment. Eurovia’s Silver achievement emphasizes that the group has displayed a significant improvement from 2009, demonstrating its robust strategy that delivers continual improvement.
The full results of the 2010 CRI, including commentary and analysis, were published in the Financial Times Responsible Business supplement on June 8th 2011.