Wilding Butler recognise that its day to day activities have an impact on the natural and human environment in many ways. We are dedicated to minimising that impact through preventing pollution and seeking continual improvement in our environmental performance. To minimise, wherever practical, the harmful impact of our business operations on the environment we actively promote the protection and improvement of the environment. This is achieved through implementing effective management systems within our organisation. As part of this commitment we have established an Environmental Management System (EMS) and are working towards achieving its accreditation to ISO14001 with Southampton University.
As a result of a close relationship with Southampton University Wilding Butler are part of a trans European consortium undertaking a project that will examine and develop new and innovative approaches and strategies for the prevention of waste in varying industries such as automotive, construction, electronics and photovoltaic. The ‘ZeroWIN’ consortium consists of 30 partners from 10 countries from around Europe who are sharing their thoughts and ideas to successfully reduce waste across these sectors. The partners include Hewlett Packard, University of Stuttgard and University of Limerick.
The company wide Environmental Policy, which is regularly reviewed, in the light of operational experience and current good practice, sets out our objectives and commitment.
All staff receive training on the policy and its implications and are fully aware of their obligations and responsibilities. Our Environment Consultants are also available to provide advice to our site staff at any time, as well providing training courses.
Download our Environment Policy Statement (PDF)
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