CloudKettle Environmental Policy

CloudKettle strives to be a leader in environmental sustainability and believes that a successful future for our business and customers we serve depends on the sustainability of the environment, communities and economies in which we operate.

As a responsible corporate citizen, we take responsibility for the impacts of our actions and how they affect the environment – both directly through our actions, and indirectly through purchasing decisions we make and business opportunities we pursue.

Environmental commitments:

  1. We seek opportunities to reduce our environmental impact and we are committed to minimizing waste and pollution arising from our activities and where practical, measures are implemented to reduce CO2 emissions and protect natural habitats, flora and fauna.
  2. We will give appropriate weight to this environmental policy when making future planning and investment decisions
  3. We will actively strive to reduce resource consumption, waste and pollution in our operations
  4. We will ensure employees at CloudKettle facilities have the option to both recycle and compost all materials accepted by local authorities
  5. In our product purchasing decisions, preference will be given to products and services with the following environmentally friendly attributes with acceptable parameters for price, quality and delivery:
    • Maximizes post-consumer recycled content
    • Minimizes packaging and other wastes
    • Minimizes toxicity and production of greenhouse gases
    • Are durable and reusable
    • Are locally provided where possible
    • Are made from sustainably produced materials where possible
    • Conserve energy, water and other natural resources
  6. We will choose to work with suppliers who themselves have sound environmental policies
  7. We will carry out all of our activities in compliance with all applicable legislation and compliance obligations
  8. We will encourage contributions from our staff when it comes to improving our environmental sustainability


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