Albany Environmental Policy

Albany Environmental Services environmental policy sets out the principle and standards for the company. Each employee and any sub-contractor is required to comply with the policy.

Overview of the Strategy and Action Plan
The main focus is on reducing consumption and improving efficiency in our Energy and Waste Management processes. The strategy is to carry out inspection of our day to day running and to agree on the best practice.

Improvement in its environmental impact
The aim is to work towards continuous improvement in environmental management and performance by employees and to encourage support from customers.

Approach to the environment is guided by a number of principles which all employees and sub-contractors are required to comply.


Approach to the environment is guided by a number of principles which all employees and sub-contractors are required to comply.

  1. Senior management sets out the responsibility for environmental performance and develops and maintains an adequate system of management, measurement and improvements.
  2. All actions comply with relevant regulations.
  3. Business is conducted with due regard to the environment, its habitats and biodiversity.
  4. The business operations are regularly assessed for compliance with policy, performance and achievement of targets.
  5. Environment considerations are taken into account in all major business decisions.
  6. Employees are encouraged to work in an environmentally responsible manner.
  7. Suppliers are encouraged to operate in an environmentally responsible manner and such encouragement is made a condition of any supply.
  8. Where appropriate, we encourage support from customers by providing them with products and services that are environmentally responsible in use.
  9. Customers are made aware of all environmental policies in the specific areas where they are in direct contact.

Standards Management
Ensure that the implications for the environment are taken into consideration in all major business decisions.

Reduce, reuse or recycle solid waste where economically and environmentally sensible. When these options are not available, dispose of solid waste in the most environmentally responsible manner.

Favour supplies derived from recycled materials or renewable resources. Avoid supplies derived from endangered species.

Hazardous Substances
Reduce the use of hazardous or non-degradable chemicals. Where the use of such substances is unavoidable, train staff in their handling and disposal and take precautions to minimise the impact of spillage.

Reduce the use of ozone depleting substances in supplied packaging materials, refrigerants and fire suppression systems by specifying new equipment that is free of such materials and replacing existing systems as directed by legislation.

Identify and record where asbestos is present and carry out works as appropriate in accordance with regulation/legislation.

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