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Orthos Projects Ltd recognises that concern for the environment should be an integral and fundamental part of the business. This Statement identifies the objectives, commitment and responsibilities of all our employees to control the environmental impact whilst in the execution of their duties.
To ensure the implementation of this statement at all levels in the Company, Orthos Projects Ltd shall appoint personnel who will have responsibility, along with their other duties, for continuing development and maintenance of the system.
The statement affirms the need for all employees to: a Make every effort to conserve the use of materials and energy and, where viable, collect waste materials for recycling;
b Wherever viable, use materials and products from sustainable sources that are also re-usable or recyclable;
c Identify that whilst construction is in progress, all reasonable precautions will be taken against environmental damage, disruption or nuisance on or adjoining the project;
d That as a good environmental practice all places of work, including sites will be kept clean and tidy;
e Avoid pollution of the air, ground and water courses by unnecessary noise, fumes, dust, spillages or the disposal of construction materials;
f Regularly assess the need for further environmental investigations or surveys;
g Comply with the appropriate Codes of Practice and current legislation.With regard to Orthos Projects’ equipment, to ensure pollution is minimised, all equipment will be regularly assessed to ensure both that it runs efficiently and that the optimum noise reduction methods are implemented.
Monitoring of these requirements will be undertaken by the Site Manager and shall be carried out at regular intervals to ensure the environmental controls are effective. The monitoring will take the form of audits, which will be reported formally and used as a basis for identifying improvement.
Where environmental problems are encountered during the works they will be brought to the attention of the Managing Director who shall review the problem and, where applicable, propose an acceptable solution.
It will be the responsibility of the Managing Director to ensure that our Environmental responsibility is communicated to all staff and that each individual is encouraged to input into the environmental system such that all can contribute to minimising the impact on the environment.