Inspired aims to reduce carbon footprint via Tunley Environmental partnership

June 11, 2024
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The supplier says sustainability continues to remain an important focus.

Inspired Entertainment has partnered with Tunley Environmental to accelerate its sustainability journey. Tunley is a global sustainability consultancy that has operations in both the UK and US.

“The partnership between Inspired Entertainment and Tunley Environmental demonstrates the power of collaboration in addressing global sustainability challenges and driving positive impact,” Inspired said in a statement.

“Through this partnership, both organizations are committed to advancing sustainability practices, reducing carbon emissions, and contributing to a more sustainable future.”

Under the terms of the agreement, Inspired and Tunley will combine their efforts and conduct “a thorough business carbon assessment.” The duo said this is the first step toward reducing Inspired’s carbon footprint.

Inspired VP Commercial Operations Stephen Howlett commented, "We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Tunley Environmental. As a responsible and forward-thinking organization, we are dedicated to integrating sustainability into our operations.

“Tunley Environmental's expertise and tailored solutions will be instrumental in guiding our sustainability initiatives, and we are confident that this partnership will drive positive change within our organization."

Tunley Environmental CEO Dr. William Beer took a moment to express the company’s excitement to work with Inspired Entertainment.

He said, "As a business, we are thrilled to welcome the partnership with Inspired Entertainment. It is fantastic to work with sustainably committed companies.

“Over the coming months, I look forward to working with them more closely."

Inspired provides systems and solutions, as well as gaming content to the industry and offers its clients hardware, technology and services. The group works across both mobile and land-based channels and operates in 35 countries around the world.


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