Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

At Mercury, we recognise the diversity of the different regions and industries in which we work and adapt our working practices to accommodate those differences accordingly. Our success in recent years has led to continuous growth, new opportunities and expansion into brave new territories and markets.

We foster a Mercury culture of caring – about quality, about safety and about community. We’re determined to make a positive contribution to all the communities in which we operate through our daily operations - to our employees, to our business partners and to society in general.

Who we Support:

The Temple Street Foundation

“On behalf of our little patients and their parents, I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the staff and customers of Mercury for continuing to help our little heroes. Here in Temple Street, our one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children in Ireland, now and for generations to come. Your support ensures we can do this – by purchasing equipment which helps save lives every single day. The vital funds raised by Mercury employees and customers are a lifeline for so many of our little patients. You are their lifesaver.”
Denise Fitzgerald
CEO of Fundraising for Temple Street

Irish Cancer Society

“Thanks a million to all at Mercury for Painting it Pink! Every cent that you and your colleagues raised will aid us in the fight against breast cancer and help us to continue to provide free services to those affected by breast cancer and their families – and for that we sincerely thank you.”
Grainne Kennedy
The Irish Cancer Society

Pieta House

Mercury are proud supporters of Darkness into Light and have taken part over the past several years, matching each Mercury employee registration with a donation directly to Pieta House. We also host our yearly Jack Clancy Cup, an intercompany 5-a-side tournament is raising money for Pieta House.


At Mercury, we believe in doing things smarter, better and more sustainable. We have many company initiatives in place to encourage greater environmental management.

Examples of these initiatives include:

Sustainability Committee & Work Groups – Our dedicated sustainability committee and our EHS department work to implement sustainable initiatives across Mercury.

Commuting Schemes – We encourage and promote a green environment and the reduction of fossil fuel emissions through a variety of employee commuter schemes. As such, all Mercury employees can avail of the below:

  • Carpooling – We encourage and assist employees to carpool together, helping our staff drive smarter and more sustainably every day.
  • Cycle to Work – Our Cycle to Work initiative gives our team the opportunity to sacrifice part of their salary in return for a bicycle and/or selected safety equipment to use for journeys to and from work, saving them up to 52% of the costs through their taxes.
  • TaxSaver Commuter Tickets – We encourage our staff to use public transport where possible and sensible. Mercury employees can have their commuter tickets deducted through their salary, saving up to 52% of the costs through their taxes.

Paperless office – Mercury operates in an increasingly paperless environment, with all documents saved and shared on our secure internal cloud document storage & collaboration solution, reducing printing requirements across all our global sites and offices. Mercury also uses DocuSign, saving 80,000 sheets of paper being printed every year.

Recycling – We have recently invested in new recycling initiatives, with all of our waste paper, toner cartridges, batteries, cardboard and plastic containers recycled responsibly.

Waste reduction - We also recently announced a new initiative to remove all single-use coffee and water cups across our office and replace them with multi-use keep cups and water bottles.

Energy management – We take active steps to manage our energy requirements responsibly and reduce our carbon footprint. We ensure that all our electronics are switched off outside of business hours and over weekends and holidays.