Sustainable Procurement

“Sustainable procurement – in short using procurement to support wider social, economic and environmental objectives, in ways that offer real long-term benefits, is how the public sector should be spending taxpayers money. Anything less means that today’s taxpayer and the future citizen are both being short-changed. The message from the Task Force is simple: this is worth doing, there are clear benefits, it can be done, it is not difficult, it will not cost more in the medium term and will show real dividends in the long term.”  Sir Neville Simms – Chairman, UK Sustainable Procurement Taskforce 2006.


Action Sustainability Website (Promoting sustainable supply chain)

WRAP – Sustainable Procurement Website