Environmental policy


This statement outlines our commitment to strive for the continual improvement of our environmental performance. Compliance with all environmental legislation pertinent to our activities is a minimum requirement and an integral part of management policy. In addition, we will:

  • Raise awareness and encourage environmentally-responsible behaviour in the workplace by effective communication and training employees in environmental matters
  • Create a paperless office environment by converting documents and other papers into digital form
  • Reduce the amount of waste we produce and minimise our environmental impact by following the waste hierarchy of reduce, reuse and recycle
  • Promote active recycling of generated waste and endeavour to replace the use of non-sustainable natural resources
  • Identify environmental risks and use all practical measures to reduce those risks
  • Have an on-going commitment to informing and educating legitimate interested parties about our activities
  • Have an on-going commitment to develop all personnel
  • Wherever possible source materials and services locally to minimise transport impacts and support the local economy
  • Work with suppliers to minimise the impact of their operations on the environment
  • Endeavour to minimise wastage of energy from our activities and ensure that all staff are encouraged to consider and reduce energy usage
  • Use contractors for road transportation who are committed to using only Euro 4 and upwards vehicles across their fleet including rental vehicles