Environmental Policy Statement

 

The aim of the policy is to show that not only our products and/or services but are actions as a company and employees are also environmentally friendly and fall within the guidelines laid out by this policy.

 

We always try to reduce where possible the effects of our actions on the environment. We are committed as a company to do this and continual monitor this for improvements. This is another reason for having the policy so that we have something to monitor ourselves against.

 

Our Environmental Policy ensures that all levels of the organisation adhere to the following: -

 

  1. Be aware of any risk of pollution arising from any of our actions, services or products, we will ensure they are eliminated or reduced to meet all regulatory requirements relating to the environment.
  2. Decrease to a minimum unnecessary use of power, packaging and any waste materials.
  3. Decrease to a minimum the environmental effect on all future developments and carry out an appraisal of the environmental effect of sourcing of raw material.
  4. Decrease the amount of waste to the lowest possible level ensuring disposal of waste that has been created, undertaking environmental audits and measuring the results against targets agreed.
  5. Encourage employee involvement in all environmental matters, providing suitable training and support to all employees with regard to this environmental policy.
  6. Keep to a minimum and reduce any adverse environmental effects caused as a result of our activities, products and/or services adopting the principle of BATNEEC (Best available techniques not entailing excessive costs).
  7. Ensure any third parties working with Manic Merchandise are aware and agree to comply with the policy.
  8. Seek to ensure that products and/or services supplied or provided by third parties can be used, handled, stored and disposed of in a manner which safeguards the environment and the health and safety of all.
  9. Continually review the policy with changes of legislation, new technologies or public concerns.

 

 

 

Ben Whibley

Managing Director

6th August 2019