Glendola Leisure joins Zero Carbon Forum
Glendola Leisure has become the latest pub and bar operator to join the Zero Carbon Forum.
Glendola Leisure has become the latest pub and bar operator to join the Zero Carbon Forum, as it strives to meet net zero across its UK-wide portfolio of hotels, pubs, coffee roasteries and restaurants.
Founded in 1973 by Peter Salussolia OBE, the group has 17 venues, including several in London such as the Irish pub Waxy O'Connor's, the World's End pub and Underworld live music venue in Camden.
Glendola Leisure has enlisted the help of the Zero Carbon Forum on its net zero journey, drawing upon the collaborative expertise of the forum members to support in the delivery of its sustainability goals.
With external and internal support and the help of the forum, Glendola Leisure will build upon its current sustainability initiatives and develop its net zero strategy.
"We have taken the step to join the Zero Carbon Forum to support us on the road to net zero and to build upon some of the sustainability initiatives already in place," says Alex Salussolia, managing director at Glendola Leisure. "We know the hospitality sector has a key part to play in the overall climate issue, and we’re excited about working with the forum to continue the great work they are doing across the hospitality sector in reducing carbon emissions."
The Zero Carbon Forum is endorsed by government and backed by trade associations UKHospitality and the British Beer & Pub Association. Other pub and bar members include Adnams, BrewDog, Fuller’s, Greene King, JD Wetherspoon, Marston's PLC, Mitchells & Butlers PLC, Revolution Bars, Shepherd Neame, St. Austell, Stonegate and Young's.