Our sustainability policy
Cafe Murano has clear policies designed to minimise the impact of our daily operations. In terms of recycling, we are promoting and practice recycling across all operations by making full use of the recycling schemes, as well as taking other waste to dedicated recycling facilities when possible. Food waste is separated at all sites along with packaging and glass.
We are always looking for ways to minimise paper usage and reduction as much as possible. All communication and record-keeping is digital, and our contacts are now digital. Our company’s aim is to move towards a paperless office environment.
We are aware of our carbon footprint, and we are constantly looking for new ways to minimise as much as possible the environmental impact of our business.
We change our menus seasonally, working with local suppliers to reduce the need to have the raw material flown or sailed long distances.
We minimise the use of glass bottles by offering filtered water in the restaurants served in recyclable bottles.
Wherever we can, we adopt eco-friendly practices throughout various areas of our business, ensuring our energy waste is as limited as possible.
We recently partnered with The Regent Street & St James’s Food Waste Pledge and signed up to achieve a collective 25% reduction in food waste.
Our restaurants have all converted to low energy LED lighting.