WORLDS END COURIERS - ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
We will measure and report on the direct emissions of Worlds End Couriers and identify the emissions of staff travelling to work. We will use the guidelines suggested by The Carbon Trust for determining our office based carbon footprint. We will assess the physical risks as well as the risks and opportunities of climate change at each review.
We will aim to keep our electricity bills to a minimum by switching off lights and computer equipment when not in use. We will research a green tariff for our electricity provider.
We will keep our heating bills to a minimum by reducing thermostats and reducing drafts where possible.
We will keep waste to a minimum and research available recycling sources for paper, bottles, plastic containers and electrical waste. We will use recycled materials where possible.
We will register with selected organisations such as Envirowise, and record any legislation that may affect our operations. We will review this sixth monthly.
We will review our environmental performance on a sixth monthly basis and prepare a plan of action to reduce our environmental impact. We will report against this plan. The Managing Director will take responsibility for producing the sixth monthly environmental review and communicating this to all staff.