The Keystone Group is delighted to launch its sustainability strategy, Future First, outlining how it is building decarbonisation into all business operations on its path to becoming one of the first UK manufacturers in the construction sector to achieve carbon net zero. 

Founded on the pillars of Our Planet, Our Products and Our People, Future First represents Keystone’s passion and commitment to driving sustainability in every aspect of its business to help create a better future for everyone. Under the Science Based Targets Initiative, a global organisation responsible for setting the world’s targets to ensure a more sustainable future, Keystone has embarked on a journey of monitoring and improving its carbon emissions and has committed to the ambitious target of becoming Net Zero by 2050.

Each brand within the Keystone Group has set targets to reduce their operational impact as well as source responsible materials, whilst continuing to deliver  innovative solutions at minimal expense.

Sean Coyle, Keystone Group Chairman said: “Our journey to becoming a sustainable business is a critical objective for all Keystone Group brands as we progress towards 2030 and beyond. We all have a key role to play in achieving this objective.”

Jemma Ison, Group Sustainability Manager said: “With the built environment and construction sectors accounting for around 38% of global carbon emissions, the journey to becoming a sustainable manufacturing business holds greater significance than ever before. We are delighted to be launching our Future First sustainability strategy, which demonstrates the steps we are taking on our route to net zero.  This is essential for our customers and for the future of the built environment.”

Keystone recognises the importance, as well as the urgency, to focus on protecting our environment by improving its business operations. At a critical juncture for our planet, Keystone is playing a part in this global challenge by operating responsibly and putting our future first.

To find out more about the Keystone Group’s Sustainability Strategy visit