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ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

Leyton Homes Ltd having recognised responsibilities for environmental matters, place a particularly high priority on environmental affairs, with regard to the company operations and the services offered to customers.

 

The company operates a policy of effecting continual improvement and change in accordance with developing knowledge and changing environmental requirements.

Leyton Homes Ltd employees are aware of the environmental sensitivity of the business sector, in which the company operates and seek to continually develop the company’s environmental compliance.  

 

The following specific objectives form the basis of the company policy.

Objectives:

  • All the company’s operations must be carried out with due regard to the appropriate and relevant legal requirements.
     

  • The company will carefully plan its works so as to prevent pollution and minimise environmental disturbance as a result of our activities.
     

  • The company will continue to make available resources to ensure that suppliers and customers are made fully aware of their environmental and legislative responsibilities, with regard to the provision of services in association with asbestos removal.
     

  • The company will only use disposal facilities where the level of operations control and environmental compliance is deemed to be of a suitable level and represents responsible management.
     

  • The company will always seek to use wherever possible, materials from renewable sources and recycled or recyclable materials.
     

  • The company will ensure that vehicles and equipment used are well maintained, clean and are always operated within the legal limits, taking advantage, wherever possible, of engineering modifications to reduce pollution and emissions and to save unnecessary consumption of energy.  
     

  • The company will take whatever measures may be necessary to ensure that the collection, transport, and disposal facilities, which it utilises, are not and do not become hazardous to public health or the environment.
     

  • The company will avoid the wastage of materials, water, and energy by paying careful attention to their use.
     

  • The company cooperates with, and assists to the best of its ability, officers of the environment agencies in the exercise of their duties.
     

  • The company requires its staff to advise senior management of any concerns they have regarding poor practice by waste disposal contractors, or about any acts, which might be detrimental to the environment or to the interests of the industry.
     

  • The company will apply continual improvement by reviewing performance against targets and by reviewing objectives.

 

 

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