Environmental Sustainability Policy Statement 061

 

At Glemnet Ltd we understand that we have both direct and indirect environmental impacts on the environment and continually review our working practice’s and look at what we can do to minimise our impact.

The team at Glemnet are encouraged to always be on the lookout for ideas to help reduce our collective carbon footprint and we are all committed to improving our environmental sustainability performance.

Glemnet is committed to the protection of the environment.

To support this statement, the company is committed to:
• Reducing, and where possible preventing pollution through the effective and efficient use of resources.
• Complying with all relevant environmental legislation.
• Communicating this Policy effectively to staff, suppliers, and customers.

Specifically, the Company will focus its efforts on the following;
• Developing and maintaining an effective strategy for carbon emissions reduction; Carbon Reductions Policy published 1st November 2021 with annual measurements being undertaken.
• Engaging staff in initiatives to minimise environmental impact.
• Ensuring that improvements to our offices are undertaken in a sustainable manner.
• Improving energy efficiency and water conservation within the office and encouraging staff working from home, to do the same.
• Improving waste management practices to minimise waste generation and maximise the recycling and recovery of waste which is generated.
• Sourcing and procuring, where feasible, more environmentally friendly goods and services.
• Encouraging sustainable travel amongst staff & visitors.
• Reviewing suppliers annually to ensure our supply chain have the same commitment to the environment and reducing carbon emissions.

The latest version of this policy document dated 01/03/2021 is available to all employees of Glemnet Ltd in SharePoint.

This policy document was approved by Glemnet Ltd.’s Board of Directors and is issued by the Managing Director on a version-controlled basis.

Name of Managing Director: Neil Linter

Dated: 02.01.2021 reviewed 12.01.2022

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