Ryan Jones Group is an environmentally friendly contracts organisation, which due to our size and nature of the activities, the organisation has some significant environmental impacts affecting the local and global environment.
Some of these environmental impacts include the use of natural resources, the consumption of energy and water, the production of a variety of waste and the associated traveling to and from the organisation and client’s sites each day.
The organisation recognises it has a significant impact on the local and global environment, and has made a commitment to improving its environment performance by signing up to an Environmental Policy.
The Environment Policy contains the following main principles:
- Encourage staff involvement in environmental issues through education as well as appropriate information, training and participation exercises;
- Minimise waste and ensure that there is effective control, which promotes recycling where possible and provides responsible disposal, particularly with regard to hazardous waste.
- Promote environmentally responsible policies in all its commercial activities, including purchasing and investment.
- Strive to eliminate the release of pollutants, to be achieved by application of discharge controls, and also by initial assessment and continuing evaluation of appropriateness of and need for any activity which could have an impact on the environment.
- Adopt an environmentally sound transport strategy.
- Adopt policies which take into account the visual impact of the organisations activities.
- Take into consideration the likely environmental effect of the organisations activities and developments on the local community.
Ryan Jones Group expect similar environmental standards from all parties with whom the organisation deals.
Ryan Jones Group Management has responsibility for implementing the Environmental Policy throughout the organisation and its activities. In order to establish action plans for improvements a number of medium and long term objectives and targets have been set, and the success of these is reviewed on a regular basis.