Sustainability

Preserving the environment for the future

Tradies introduced sustainability as a core value in 2012. As part of our commitment to this value, we are constantly striving to reduce our carbon footprint as well as encouraging and supporting the sustainability efforts of schools, businesses and community groups through our iPromise Grants with Pulpmaster.
iPromise Grants

The Tradies & Pulpmaster iPromise Grants provide financial assistance to help schools, community organisations and businesses implement sustainability projects. The Grants are run twice per year and have up to $8,000 available.

We’re a Green Globes Finalist!

We’re very proud to have been nominated as a finalist in the 2016 NSW Office of Environment & Heritage Green Globe Awards for Community Leadership. We were nominated for our iPromise Grants, which provide financial assistance for sustainability projects in schools, businesses and community groups. Winners will be announced on the 28th of October.

Tradies Helensburgh Goes Solar

Tradies Helensburgh has harnessed the power of the sun with 100kw of solar panels installed on the roof of the club. The solar panels were installed by Todae Solar in June and have already proved successful by saving by reducing our electricity consumption by over 15%.

iPromise Grants win Clubs & Community Award

In March of this year, the Tradies & Pulpmaster iPromise Grants won the Sustainability category of the annual Clubs & Community Awards. The Clubs & Community Awards are run by our industry body ClubsNSW recognise the achievements of clubs all over NSW in a variety of categories.

Tradies Joins the Green Building Council of Australia

The Green Building Council of Australia (GCBA) encourages the adoption of sustainable practices in the Australian property industry. In 2003 they launched the Green Star environmental rating system for buildings. Tradies joined the GBCA in August 2016 with a view to achieving Green Star certification in future building projects.