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Environmental Policy Statement


Quality Asset Management Ltd are committed to leading the industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

The key points of its strategy to achieve this are: 

Minimise waste by evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible.

Minimise toxic emissions through the selection and use of our motor fleet and the use of vehicle mileage comparison and/or techniques

Actively promote recycling both internally and among our suppliers.

Meet or exceed all the environmental legislation that relates to the Company.

Train staff to deliver the goals of the company’s Environmental Policy, particularly in waste management.

Expect, inspect and check the environmental credentials of all 3rd party suppliers.

Minimise oil wastage by providing recycling containers and proficient management.

As a company we are committed to constantly review and implement working procedures to: 

Reduce all forms of solid waste. 

Reduce pollution.

Save energy.

As a company we ensure where possible:

Bought-in paper is of a recycled content or FSC.

We operate recycling of all paper, card, cans and plastic waste.

All printers and computer settings are pre-set to black print as default.

We operate with low energy monitors and low energy light-bulbs, which are to be fitted with PIR sensors where appropriate.

All IT equipment and lights are switched off when offices are closed

We reduce unnecessary mileage.

We reduce our paperwork by offering digital solutions instead.


Environmental Policy Statement Notes


Adopting an Environmental Policy (EP)

1.The final Environmental Policy (EP) document needs to be signed by a senior manager or board member and displayed within the premises and/or on your website.

2.Someone needs to be identified who can and will measure the amount of energy units used, volume of discharge, volume of water used, mileage claimed, quantities of waste generated, quantities of recycling generated. It would be advisable to store this in one location.

3.Evidence of any claims made in the Policy should be retained/stored.

4.The signatory of the EP needs to agree on how training, monitoring and reviewing will take place.

5.Contractors or sub-contractors should be informed of the policy and included into training where necessary.


Implementing an Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

1.The signatory of the EP should agree to the objectives, targets and timescales of the EMP.

2.If at all possible you should include a document that states your environmental issues/aspects and show how you have prioritised them. This will give you the opportunity to demonstrate understanding of your impact and inform anyone reading the EMP of your valid constraints.

3.Implementing the EMP is the “Do” part of the Plan > Do > Check > Act cycle. Put a date in the diary to “Check” your plan.

4.Make an effort to report key findings to staff, stakeholders, clients etc when you check/review your EMP.

5.It is very likely that your plan will need to be amended (the “Act” part of the cycle) following your checking/reviewing. Allow some time for this to be reworked and signed off by the signatory.

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