Environmental HUNTER FLOORING
Hunter Flooring is aware that the activities of the company have an impact on the environment and recognise their responsibility for protecting the environment. We aim to prevent pollution, reduce our consumption of resources and manage waste generated from our business through reduction and recycling.
We tend to focus on reducing our environmental impact by making sure the products we provide are durable, reliable and able to be safely disposed of.
Environmental Policy Statement
Hunter Flooring will control and manage its activities to ensure risks to the health, safety and welfare of its employees, customers and the general public are identified and action taken to minimise or eliminate effects.
Adverse effects of operational activities on the environment will be minimised as far as practicable.
The objectives of the policy are:
To comply with its legal obligations under the current Health, Safety and Welfare Act and the Environmental Protection Act, together with all other applicable statutory provisions and relevant codes of practice.
To promote health, safety and environmental awareness throughout the organisation.
To maintain a safe and healthy working environment for its employees, with adequate facilities appropriate to the nature of the business activities.
To minimise the social impact of the company activities and avoid damage to the environment through regular reviews of the business from environmental and management systems audits.
To undertake environmental impact studies as part of any company relocation or enlargement of existing facilities.
Hunter Flooring is a registered carrier of controlled waste.
In order to eliminate/reduce the effects of landfill we have entered into partnership agreements with Desso, Milliken and Interface whereby these manufacturers collect our uplifted carpet tiles for their recycling scheme. We provide a certificate to our customer to show that their waste material has been recycled. We are also participate in the Recofloor Vinyl Take-Back Scheme.