Sustainability

Frewer & Co. Engineers Ltd are committed to providing industry-leading services, ensuring a safe workplace for our employees and minimising impacts on the environment and wider society. We recognise our responsibility to protect the environment beyond the minimum requirement and exercise our stewardship for the natural world. This document introduces the commitments driving our journey to carbon net-zero by 2030. Throughout this journey, Frewer will continually operate and improve its Environmental Management System, setting, monitoring, and reviewing short term objectives to achieve this ultimate goal. 

Pollution Prevention

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Pollution Prevention

Engineering sustainability into the world around us

Energy Conservation

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Energy Conservation

Using as little energy & as many renewable sources as possible

Circular Economy

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Circular Economy

Reusing, recycling, and discouraging single-use culture.

Continuous Improvement

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Continuous Improvement

Measuring, monitoring, and improving our environmental performance

Pollution Prevention

Engineering sustainability into the world around us

Energy Conservation

Using as little energy & as many renewable sources as possible.

Circular Economy

Reusing, recycling and discouraging single-use culture

Continuous Improvement

Measuring, monitoring, and improving our environmental performance

Our Environmental Commitment:

Senior governance will consider our environmental aspects and wider society in business, policy-making and future planning to negate avoidable negative impacts from unsustainable decision making and business activities.

In the provision of our service, we will consider sustainability via material efficient design, material choice, product end-of-life assessment and more, preventing pollution and waste where possible, promoting a circular economy.

In the day-to day operation of our business, we will manage our interactions with the local environment by:

  • Minimising energy usage and endeavouring to use renewable energy sources where possible.
  • Minimising water usage.
  • Minimising waste through re-use and recycling, using recycled, recyclable or re-furbished products and materials where possible.
  • Endeavouring to procure products for use in our offices which are sustainable, non-toxic and pollute less than alternatives to protect the environment and staff health when these products are used, stored and disposed of.
  • Developing and maintaining emergency and spill response programmes where required by legislation or significant health, safety or environmental hazards.
  • Minimising travel for business purposes, harnessing video conferencing, working from home and low-carbon operating methods where possible.
  • Considering the associated and embedded carbon equivalent emissions in the above, opting for the lowest carbon option where possible, economical & suitable.

We will allocate the time, resource and governance required to operate an Environmental Management System, to continuously measure, monitor and improve environmental performance in accordance with a ‘plan-do-check-act’ approach.

We will measure and monitor our key environmental interactions and subsequent carbon footprint with appropriate KPIs and publish these results annually [once the required data to create a baseline has been collated in 2022].

We will educate our employees on current environmental information and challenges, encouraging bottom-up sustainable practice and working in an environmentally responsible manner.

We will promote our environmental commitment to our customers and the public, encouraging them to support it, with our mission statement, policy, and values.

Our Environmental Commitment:

Senior governance will consider our environmental aspects and wider society in business, policy-making and future planning to negate avoidable negative impacts from unsustainable decision making and business activities.

In the provision of our service, we will consider sustainability via material efficient design, material choice, product end-of-life assessment and more, preventing pollution and waste where possible, promoting a circular economy.

In the day-to day operation of our business, we will manage our interactions with the local environment by:

  • Minimising energy usage and endeavouring to use renewable energy sources where possible.
  • Minimising water usage.
  • Minimising waste through re-use and recycling, using recycled, recyclable or re-furbished products and materials where possible.
  • Endeavouring to procure products for use in our offices which are sustainable, non-toxic and pollute less than alternatives to protect the environment and staff health when these products are used, stored and disposed of.
  • Developing and maintaining emergency and spill response programmes where required by legislation or significant health, safety or environmental hazards.
  • Minimising travel for business purposes, harnessing video conferencing, working from home and low-carbon operating methods where possible.
  • Considering the associated and embedded carbon equivalent emissions in the above, opting for the lowest carbon option where possible, economical & suitable.

We will allocate the time, resource and governance required to operate an Environmental Management System, to continuously measure, monitor and improve environmental performance in accordance with a ‘plan-do-check-act’ approach.

We will measure and monitor our key environmental interactions and subsequent carbon footprint with appropriate KPIs and publish these results annually [once the required data to create a baseline has been collated in 2022].

We will educate our employees on current environmental information and challenges, encouraging bottom-up sustainable practice and working in an environmentally responsible manner.

We will promote our environmental commitment to our customers and the public, encouraging them to support it, with our mission statement, policy, and values.

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