CDC Victoria is committed to achieving positive sustainability outcomes that go beyond compliance to minimise environmental impact and deliver positive social outcomes.
CDC Victoria’s commitment to sustainability is guided by its parent company, ComfortDelGro Australia’s (CDC) social and environmental goals. As one of Australia’s leading transport providers, CDC works towards minimising impacts on the environment, ensuring road, passenger, and workplace safety, and enhancing the well-being of our people and the community.
CDC Victoria is committed to achieving positive environmental outcomes that go beyond compliance to minimise environmental impact and deliver positive social outcomes. This includes using our buying power to tackle social and environmental issues above and beyond the monetary value of the goods, services or infrastructure projects being procured.
Our investment into social procurement includes annual memberships with Social Traders and Supply Nation, providing direct access to a ‘Social Benefit Suppliers’ database to certified social enterprises and indigenous organisations.
Our Sustainability policy embodies four key elements:
- Lowering our carbon footprint and minimising adverse impacts on the environment and communities
- Operating professionally and in a way that promotes a strong environmental culture through enhanced environmental work practices
- Supporting sustainability events and revegetation activities within the community
- Investing in the use of alternative energy sources and low emissions technology such as Hybrid Buses