Shredall Scotland is very pleased to announce the arrival of the brand new 18 tonne mobile shredding machine -the most up to date ON-SITE shredding machine in the world.
Shredall and SDS promotes its commitment to the environment across all levels and branches of the organisation. This policy applies to all company operations and is applied equally to a wide range of UK customer accounts.
Shredall and SDS recognise that all of its activities interact with the environment and is committed to,
(i) minimizing adverse impacts
(ii) improving process efficiency
(iii) maintaining and developing sustainable practices.
- strive for continual improvement in environmental performance through the setting of environmental objectives and targets and developing key performance indicators.
- work in partnership with our customers, enabling them to improve upon their own environmental performance through increased recycling rates. Shredall is working towards a 100% recycling rate for all non-contaminated customer waste.
- communicate its policy and objectives to all employees, thus inviting their participation in the development of the Company’s environmental management programme and providing training where necessary.
- employ best practice within the industry to prevent pollution, minimise waste and maximise the efficient use of resources (such as materials, fuel and energy).
- review, research and introduce new technology to enhance the company’s overall environmental performance.
- make every effort to protect the environment by controlling the emission of pollutants and reduce the risk of contamination to soil, water and the atmosphere and be proactive in the selection and disposal of recyclable material and products.
- identify and manage key risks and put in place arrangements to respond quickly to foreseeable environmental accidents and emergencies.
- engage in dialogue with industry counterparts and suppliers to encourage their participation in environmental best practice.
- continual review of the actual and potential environmental impacts of all work activities, including those that might affect the local community.
All Shredall and SDS employees have an individual responsibility to help meet the requirements of this policy and are invited to contribute ideas for better practices, for example, though staff meetings.