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The Specialist Lending Event becomes more sustainable

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The Specialist Lending Event becomes more sustainable
Specialist Lending Solutions is committing to a range of measures to help reduce the environmental impact of The Specialist Lending Event (TSLE) roadshow which kicks of this week.

 

Specialist Lending Solutions will reduce the volume of printed material by 75 per cent at TSLE this year, all of which will now be printed on 100 per cent recycled paper.

As most of delegates drive to the event, the publication will also offset the carbon generated by this travel, which equates to approximately 100 tonnes of CO2.

Carbon offsetting will be achieved by tree planting, with 115 new shrubs across the local areas where these events are taking place.

It comes after AE3 Media, the parent company of Specialist Lending Solutions, last year committed to working towards controlling the social, economic and environmental impact of its roadshow events.

The commitment follows the guidance set out by the Sustainable Event Alliance (SEA) to deliver a strategy and champion the objective of creating a genuinely sustainable events business.

Danielle Moore, director of events at Specialist Lending Solutions said: “Our goal is to take responsibility for the environmental impact that our events are having and through improving our business practices and working closely on initiatives alongside our business partners we are committed to building a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable events portfolio.”

Registration is free and still open for the four-stop roadshow which begins this week.

 

Venue and dates:

5 February – The National Conference Centre, Solihull

6 February – Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher

12 February – York Racecourse, York

13 February – Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool

For more information visit: https://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/events/specialist-lending-event/?pfat=4f7c2c588dfa4045b571fe6845f267cd

 

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