Moy Park has been supporting biodiversity in Dungannon through a tree planting project with local school children from Bush Primary School.
The team has been taking part in activity across Moy Park sites, recently teaming up with local schools in Ballymena to enhance biodiversity in the area as well as taking apart in activity across the water close to its facilities in GB.
Gareth Wright, General Manager at Moy Park Dungannon:
“We’re committed to encouraging biodiversity in our local area and most importantly encouraging the younger generation to get involved. We aim to reach net zero by at least 2040, and projects like this continue to help us contribute to achieving this goal.”
The activity follows the latest announcement from Moy Park that it received Platinum recognition for its biodiversity initiatives in the Business & Biodiversity Charter, delivered by Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI) and Ulster Wildlife.
The top rank recognises Moy Park’s focus on protecting and enhancing the environment through a range of nature-focused initiatives including schools’ outreach and community engagement, along with strategic partnerships and investments to enhance biodiversity.