Ochre Nation Sustainability Tracker
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Our buildingRecycled features, local carpenteranything that could be recycled was - rebuilt doors, scrap metal recycledLighting - eco options and sensorsHeating - use blankets in cellar door, Smart inverter systems on our reverse cycle air units (used to heat bar area)rebuild has considered longgevity and versatile future use, impact of building materials and has created jobs for local tradesmenRemoval and considerate disposal of refrigeration units, lower carbon footprint, outdated technology doesn't produce outdated levels of emissionsUtilising high levels of power, we source sustainable power sources (% use - goal)
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Waste programRecycling beyond council standards - cardboard & paper separate, soft plastics, 10c to charities, compost - staff culture to stick to itGrape Mark/Spent grain to farmersWaste water treatmentwine waste sent to distillery, also accept from others
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Our winesusing inherently better varieties - more sustainable water and pesticide use, develops grower relationships in sharing knowledgeco-op - fostering grower relationships, having (and seeing) a direct social impact, contribution to communitycorks - sustainably grown, 80+% bio based
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our officenon toxic ink - printers, pens, sharpees, whiteboard markers. Recycled material - paper stationary, pens, rulers, post it notes.print partners: eco friendly suppliers, carbon neutral/carbon offset
Recycled material - paper stationary, pens, rulers, post it notes.
Main method of communication and work sharing is done online to minimise paper use and consumables use.
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Our packaging% recycled material in% recyclable at homeplastics' - substitute compoundsGlass supplier - removed plastic packaging, more recycle-bility of cardboard. Lowered pallet height, less dead space in a container, less shipment, lower emmisions, OH&SShipping from online store - carbon offsetAs we grow so do our orders - % by weight of delivery carbon, packaging in a timeline with actions to reduceIntroduced Lightweight recyclable kegs, also shares sustainable ethos with cusomers
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our ingredientsNative - new plantings can compare irrigation history, crop yield growth with knowledge & intervention, sustainable forraging, indigenous community involvmentSeconds fruits - tonnage/value, farmers involved, seasonal release supportCustomer awareness - click through on Native EDMs (?)Always improving - distilling diferently for minimal waste
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Our staffCarpool - voluntary minimisation of carbon output for commuteLunch club - minimal food waste & food packaging, lowers staff consumption of convenience foods, debatably healthier.Charity, community & volunteer involvement - CFS, volunteer leave (?) (policy), attendance/involvement in local events (gumeracha medieval festival, TDU, Hot Rods day)Staff commitment - RDO activity attendance, longevity with company, training completedStaff development program - training opportunities, upskilling, certificate training
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Our offeringsDesignwork utilises local artists - Tiff Manuel, Alexandra Belis, (vintage tee artist)Textiles (tee's and towels) made from organic materials, no child labour, ethical production chainPrintwork (branded marqees, banners) utilises recyclable parts, durable fabrics for repetitive use, endeavour for non disposalPreffered suppliers give consideration to factors beyond cost & quality - local, environmental/social accreditiations, mirrored philosophies, female or minority owned, supply chain details
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Our BarUse seasonal & widely available syrup ingredients - lower waste productionguest experience shares message, measured by guest numbersBatch for efficiency and minimal wasteNo straws, no plastics
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Anything we've missed? Let us know and we'll look into it
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