ADM Computing based in Canterbury have increased their fleet of zero emission vehicles.
ADM is one of the South East’s largest IT support companies with staff visiting customers every day. David King, the QA Director, said “We are committed to ISO 14001 environmental targets to reduce ADM’s carbon footprint. Our staff have to visit customers, it is the nature of our business, but we actively work to minimise the impact we have on the community we live and work in.”
ADM recently replaced some diesels cars with the Nissan Leaf Tekna. Diesel vans are being replaced with the Renault Kangoo ZE as part of an ongoing program of improvement.
David King said, “we are especially interested in the replacement of another diesel with the Tesla Model 3 in 2019.” Dave continued “Our colleagues must get to and from customers, fortunately there are an ever-increasing number of accessible charging points in Kent. ADM are adding more charging points at our Canterbury Head office.”
Zero emission vehicles are part of a wider commitment to health and environmental issues at ADM. Staff are encouraged to cycle; Showers and changing facilities are provided. Electric bikes are supplied for shorter distances. Public transport and car share is encouraged by ADM for commuting.
ADM are willing to share their knowledge of using zero emission transport. If you want to learn about their experience, they can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org