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Pavestone Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy

Pavestone recognises that it has an obligation to help protect the environment and the neighbourhoods in which we operate. This awareness is a fundamental part of Pavestone UK Limited business strategy. So we will seek, as far as is reasonably practicable, to minimise the company's effects on the environment:

 

We are committed to:
 

  • Ensuring environmental issues are considered carefully at all levels when planning and conducting business activities.
     
  • We will comply with all applicable regulatory requirements and will work cooperatively with regulatory bodies, including the Environment Agency and our own Local Authority. By working with our Trade Association, the Builders' Merchants Federation, we will ensure continued awareness of changes in environmental legislation.
     
  • Our employees understand and act in accordance with our environmental aims.
     
  • That we provide an environmentally ­friendly range of products and will inform customers of any health and safety impacts associated directly with our products.
     
  • That our natural stone products are sourced from ethically and environmentally mindful quarry operators who adopt the Ethical Trading Initiative's codes of practice
     
  • We minimise the environmental health and safety risks to our employees.
     
  • We manage our activities in line with best business practice to control the impact on the local community of noise, dust, light emissions and traffic movements.
     
  • We seek to reduce energy consumption and water usage at our premises and make the most effective use of our delivery vehicles in line with business activities.
     
  • To minimise our waste and segregate it for reuse/recycling.
     

"Pavestone will seek to continuously improve our performance in the above areas, year on year, and will communicate the results of our efforts to employees, customers and suppliers".

 

Kevin Fowler
Managing Director

 

Electricity that is used to power our production machinery, light, heat and general power is supplied from renewable resources via generation which is Climate Change Levy exempt. Sources which contribute include wind turbines and hydro electric schemes.

Audited by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance within ISO 9001 : 2000.

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