Good to know Do something simple and effective against the climate crisis
How do we make our contribution?
we see it as part of our entrepreneurial responsibility to contribute. Since we only have one earth, it is even more important to treat it and it’s resources considerately. At Valeriana we use ecological and reusable cleaning materials, avoid waste wherever possible, use public transport to go to work and much more.
We use environmental-friendly cleaning products from UniSapon, the zero waste pioneers since 1984, that are good for our environment and our employees. The products are recommended by Greenpeace. With every booking at Valeriana you do much more than only empowering our employees! It’s a contribution to a sustainable world and way of working.
At the end, an empowering quote from the Wren website to start the weekend:
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