Lynton’s HIVE initiative is a testament to our commitment to minimising the negative impact our business operations have on the environment, promoting employee wellbeing, and supporting cultural heritage conservation efforts. By monitoring our greenhouse gas emissions and taking actions to reduce emissions where possible, we strive for sustainability in our operations. We prioritise the wellbeing and engagement of our employees, creating a positive work environment where collaboration thrives. Furthermore, our dedication to conservation and charity initiatives ensures that we give back to the communities we serve.
At Lynton, we understand the impact our business operations have on the environment and the responsibility we have to the planet to conduct business in as sustainable manner as possible. Through the HIVE initiative, we focus on reducing our carbon footprint and contributing to a more sustainable future. By monitoring the emissions resulting from many aspects of our operations, we can identify key areas for improvement, such as travel and energy usage, and take action to mitigate our impact. We believe that collaboration with industry partners is crucial for driving meaningful change – by working together, we can amplify our efforts and make a significant positive difference to the environmental impact of our supply chain. At Lynton we also seek to make a difference by investing in high quality third-party verified carbon reduction projects focused on energy efficiency and sustainable management of forests which meet the United Nations’ sustainable development goals and positively impact local communities. Lynton has been a ‘carbon neutral’ business since 2022.
Lynton’s HIVE initiative places great emphasis on the wellbeing and engagement of our employees. We believe that a positive and supportive work environment is essential for fostering innovation, productivity, and overall job satisfaction.
Under the HIVE umbrella, we have implemented various employee-centric initiatives and programs. From promoting work-life balance to providing opportunities for professional development, we prioritise the wellbeing and growth of our team members. Our aim is to create a workplace culture that nurtures physical and mental health, encourages collaboration, and celebrates individual contributions.
At Lynton, we believe that our employees are the driving force behind our success. We actively engage with them, seek their input, and ensure their voices are heard. By promoting a strong sense of community, we foster an environment where everyone can thrive.
Through HIVE, Lynton is dedicated to making a positive impact beyond our immediate operations. We recognise the importance of supporting cultural heritage conservation and giving back to our communities through various initiatives.
Our commitment to protecting cultural heritage is exemplified through our ongoing partnerships with prestigious heritage institutions and organisations worldwide. By supplying laser cleaning systems originally developed from our aesthetic and medical laser technology, to renowned museums and conservation projects, we have been contributing to the preservation and restoration of cultural artefacts for over 25 years. Our customers include world-renowned institutions such as the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Vatican Museums, and the Tokyo National Museum.
Additionally, the HIVE initiative extends our focus to community initiatives, so that through our collaboration with charitable organisations, we actively contribute to meaningful causes that address social inequalities and promote environmental stewardship.
Expansion of Premises to Facilitate Entry into Export Markets
To facilitate its entry into new export markets, Lynton Lasers Ltd required increased manufacturing space, as well as new demonstration and training facilities. To this end, LEADER Funding was applied for, and won, to support the refurbishment of an adjacent business unit (Unit 9d) as well as the re-arrangement and refurbishment of the existing business unit (Unit 6) on Holmes Chapel Business Park.
This Project was part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development