Imperial Restoration & Construction recognises that its activities have an impact on the environment, and is committed to improving its environmental performance. Through caring policies and effective management we will endeavour to conduct our undertaking in such a way that adverse effects to the environment will be avoided or minimised. The Company acknowledges and accepts its obligations under legislation and guidance dealing with environmental issues effecting, or arising from, its business. Imperial Restoration & Construction is committed to identifying environmental issues requiring attention, and to implementing measures to achieve improvement in these matters.
In particular, attention will be given to:
Environmental awareness and understanding of our business among those working for or on behalf of Imperial Restoration. Employees will be informed on all environmental aspects and issues as they affect our undertaking, and given training as necessary. Contractors and suppliers will be encouraged to adopt sound environmental practices. The considerate use of land undergoing development. Special regard will be given to archaeological finds. Waste, hazardous, and toxic materials will be stored, treated, and disposed of in such a way as to avoid environmental harm. All waste materials from site will be handled by registered waste carriers and in accordance with the ‘Duty of Care’ requirements contained in the Environmental Protection Act 1990. The protection of all water course from spillage and wastes arising from our activities. The use and re-use of materials to minimise waste, and, whenever practical, the use of materials and products from sustainable sources. Controlling the use of potentially harmful substances and treatments during our works, and the emission of pollutants, noise, and dust. Conservation of energy through sensible selection, use and management of resources, plant, equipment, and transport. Continuous development, monitoring, and investigation of systems, practices, and procedures so as to ensure that the environment remains a foremost consideration. There will be a formal annual review of policy, including consultation with our building safety advisers.
This statement is fully supported by the director of Imperial Restoration.