Supplier Database

We've created this resource to help you find suppliers who are committed to promoting sustainable practice in their services and operations. This is a developing tool which we'll continue to grow with the Green Arts community.

If you are a supplier and would like to be added to this database, or if you would like to suggest a supplier that you have worked with, please get in touch at info@creativecarbonscotland.com.

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Green Other suppliers in Scotland

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Beyond Green is an environmental consultancy that has worked with a number of arts organisations. They work to help organisations become mores sustainable, reduce their costs and improve their impact on the environment. The main services they offer are resource efficiency opportunity assessments, energy consumption analysis, and, waste projects such as circular economy reviews. They provide bespoke solutions based on the issues and opportunities specific to the organisation they are working with.

Edinburgh

Handmade, wooden eco signs. Exclusively made from Scottish grown 100% sustainable larch. Built to withstand constantly changing weather conditions. All signs from house numbers, foot paths, company signs, to information boards. Any size or text made to order and all affordable. Fully Licensed by ‘Grown in Britain’ and ‘Scottish Working Woods’.

Montrose, Angus

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