We are committed to responsible and sustainable operations.
This means sourcing materials with environmental impact in mind, while trading ethically with suppliers and taking care of our people.
Environmental impacts are the key issues and needs affecting the local and wider environment in which your business operates. Direct impacts include local pollution of air or water or land from factories or offices. More indirect impacts are impacts such as climate change from electricity consumption, deforestation from unsustainable timber, plastic or paper use.
Below are the key environmental impacts which form the basis of our environmental action plans list.
Social impacts are the key issues and needs affecting the communities in which your business operates. Direct impacts include those in the workplace: equality, diversity and inclusion, health and wellbeing of employees, safety and skills development; those in the marketplace - treatment of suppliers and customers and then support for your local community.
We are currently in the process of formalising and integrating our sustainability approach. We are working with expert independent consultants to prioritise, measure and manage environmental and social impacts, put in place management systems and engage our people, suppliers and customers. Please contact James Boatwright, Company Director, for further information.