Environmental Policy

The Chamberlin Board recognises that our operations have an effect on the local, regional and global environment, and as a consequence of this, the Board is committed to continuous improvements in environmental performance and the prevention of pollution.

Specifically the Group has and will:

  • comply with the requirements of all relevant environmental legislation, meeting any set emission limits and standards laid down, and use best available techniques in order to control impacts on the environment;
  • maintain and develop environmental management policies and practices to continually monitor and progress the minimisation of the effects of the business on the environment. Environmental management is considered to be a key part of the business strategy at all levels within the Group;
    actively encourage the minimisation of waste from all aspects of the business and promote the benefits of recycling and reuse;
  • as part of the Target 2010 climate change levy agreement, aim to meet the requirements to reduce energy use and emissions of carbon dioxide by increasing energy efficiency through all parts of the Group and to seek new opportunities of improving energy efficiency as part of the overall improvement of the business;
  • consider environmental factors in respect of the growth of the business, seeking as far as is practical to reduce harmful environmental impacts and to integrate new developments into the local environment; and
  • actively encourage the consideration of the environmental impact of all raw materials and services purchased by the business, and where practical to use the options with the least impact and to reduce the consumption of raw materials.

Published : Sunday, July 29, 2012 10:15 AM

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