Effective Management of the Environment
The Board of PDC Systems Ltd recognise that good environmental practice is vital to the well being and public perception of both the Company and that of Customers and Suppliers.
Our Policy towards effective management of the environment is as follows:
We will comply with mandatory legal requirements for all activities and processes carried out at our facility and work sites and uses whatever influence we can promote the same to all suppliers and contractors performing activities on our behalf.
We intend as a primary objective to reduce and wherever possible prevent pollution resulting from the company's activities and processes.
We will utilise the full potential of the work force by providing all necessary training and a working environment that promotes safe and clean working practices.
We shall continually monitor our activities and processes to ensure efficient use of resources and too identify actual or potential sources of pollution in order to minimise waste generation and nuisance to our neighbours.
On a>n annual basis we will review the environmental performance of the company in order to:
a) Ensure compliance with the requirements of legislation and this policy.
b) Identify areas for improvement, set specific objectives for the company and wherever possible, target dates for achievement.
The Goal of Life is Living in Agreement with Nature
Zeno from Diogenes Laertius Lives of Eminent Philosophers'
In addition to this policy being displayed and distributed to all our employees, copies are also available to any organisation or individual who make such a request.
To ensure that we comply with this policy we have in place the following:
- All packaging will be re-used or disposed via the correct reclamation service.
- Collection of waste by local government waste service.
- Disposal of feminine hygiene products where applicable.
- Continual dialogue with vendors to reduce packaging waste wherever possible.
- We actively encourage the recycling of paper, toner cartridges, cardboard and plastic.