In our Impact Report we dive into the details (but not too much), offering insights into our team, its make-up and passions, our energy usage, our sustainability and waste initiatives and much more. Our aim of this document was to communicate our impact in a format that’s easily understood by a diverse audience.
The report also outlines our ambitious goals for the future, as we continue towards our ultimate vision of giving back more than we take. This is our first Impact Report and it will also serve as a yardstick by which we can continue to measure ourselves against in our future reports.
Dive into the data
Some examples of interesting data you’ll find within our report. We donated over 1700 cans of our delicious Nitro coffee to frontline health and emergency service workers throughout recent natural disasters and Covid-19 crisis. We generated over 35MWh via our Roastery solar panels and fed 1.2 MWh back into the grid.
Our LED lights with motion sensors at our Roastery saved over 19,300 KWh per annum and reduced our carbon emissions by 23,200 kg when compared to non-LED.
We spent over half a million dollars on B corp certified suppliers. We purchased over 65k of Fair Trade certified green coffee. We’d love you to dive in a explore further
We only improve what we measure.
We’re rigorous in our data collection across all areas of P&R. This ongoing practice enables us to use that data to develop learnings and insights in areas that as an organisation we need to improve upon. Of course collecting and analysing data is important but translating that data into a format that can be easily understood is more challenging.
Our impact report serves as a catalyst to unpack that data and present it in such a way that all stakeholders could understand. We determined who our key audiences were and tried to determine what data and information was relevant and important to them.
In our organisation we didn’t have the problem of not enough data, inversely our challenge was to drill down to what were the most important points we wanted to communicate ensuring we didn't gloss over the facts or worse tried to greenwash the findings
Our Founders vision from the start
Since the very earliest days of Pablo & Rusty’s, we’ve been striving to make coffee more sustainable. Our founder, Saxon Wright, has always seen this as part of the vision for Pablo & Rusty’s: “We are a community of people – customers, staff, suppliers, farmers and more. Our hope is that by combining our efforts, resources and intentions, we can work together to solve some of our biggest challenges. We have set ourselves some ambitious goals and will continually look to improve.”