APS Bank goes ‘greener’

Last Updated on Friday, 7 January, 2022 at 11:45 am by Andre Camilleri

As a leading community bank with a long-standing engagement with sustainability, APS Bank has started replacing the majority of its fleet of cars with hybrid vehicles. Adopting these hybrid technologies will help reduce the Bank’s carbon footprint due to less fuel consumption resulting in lower CO2 emissions. Four electric car-charging facilities for staff vehicles have also been installed in the Head Office car-park, with more expected to follow. These investments follow the installation of led light fittings at all the recently refurbished Branches and Head Office, light sensors in common areas accessible to staff and treated fresh air systems.

Ronald Mizzi, Chief Financial Officer stated “These actions demonstrate the Bank’s commitment to the sustainability agenda. We will continue making energy-saving investments in the months and years ahead, for the ultimate benefit of our communities and the protection of the planet.”

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