GKI: Larger companies more sustainable than smaller

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Large companies pay more attention to sustainability than smaller ones, but differences in environmental awareness can also be seen based on their activities, GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt. announced, according to hrportal.hu. 

The environmental protection efforts of small businesses should be better supported because the return on these activities is less visible, so they usually deal with it only occasionally. 

According to the research institute's survey, the vast majority of companies strive to reduce the environmental burden. While 56% often do something, 32% do something occasionally; for example, they recycle or use energy-saving burners. 

Based on activity, companies with 150-250 employees, usually commercial and business service providers, are mainly active in this regard. 

However, the researchers concluded that industrial companies are the most environmentally conscious, as only 4% of them do nothing for the environment.

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