ProCook joins Life’s a Beach Charity for St Modwen clean up

Employees from UK kitchenware brand ProCook and footwear and workwear distributor Gardiner Bro & Co joined Life’s a Beach charity for a collaborative litter clean up around St Modwen Business Park.

Starting at the ProCook HQ at unit 10, the team of 19 volunteers collected litter in and around St Modwen’s expansive business park which spans 58 acres, across 10 different business units, including Gardiners Bros at units 4 and 8.

The team collected 12.52kg of litter in an effort to keep St Modwen Park clear of waste and to ensure that local biodiversity can continue to thrive, which adds to Life’s a Beach 2023 total of 540.77kgs so far.

B Corp Certified company ProCook has volunteered 440 staff hours and collected 133.8kgs of waste with Life’s a Beach charity in 2023 so far. This is Gardiner Bros & Co first clean up with Life’s a Beach, who are looking forward to future opportunities with the charity.

Life’s a Beach, the charity set up by ProCook’s Founder and CEO Daniel O’Neill, supports the eradication of single use plastics from British beaches and waterways, aims to educate younger generations about plastic pollution through school outreach, and promotes the use of reusable products.

ProCook’s ESG & CSR director, Sarah Wheatley, said: “It’s fantastic to see local businesses working together to create a cleaner community. We hope to collaborate with Gardiner Bros & Co again and look forward to welcoming other businesses to future cleans up at our home in St Modwen Park.”

Gardiner Brothers & Co’s chief people officer, Simon Collingridge, added: “It is a pleasure to be partnering up with our neighbour ProCook to clean up the environment with Life’s a Beach and make it a more beautiful place for everyone to work and enjoy, we look forward to meeting as many of our neighbours as possible and look forward to future events.”

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