Subject to the constraints imposed by its financial and technical resources, M&S (Softwood) Ltd conducts its operations in such a way that the impact on the environment is minimised.
Wood, our key raw material, is a renewable and eco-cycle compliant resource. The procurement of forestry products from companies that source their timber from environmentally managed forests is a key element of M&S (Softwood) Ltd’s policy.
In adherence to its ‘Environmental Policy’ M&S (Softwood) Ltd will -
Within the framework of its management system, establish and follow up tangible environmental targets for its operations.
Comply with laws and other relevant requirements relating to the environment that concern its business.
Procure timber raw material from suppliers with PEFC orFSC certification.
Assess criteria ahead of the purchase of goods and services for their impact on the external and working environment.
Influence suppliers and other partners so that they contribute to compliance with M&S’s environmental policy.
Ensure that all employees have the competence and resources to enable compliance with the requirements and intentions of the environmental policy.
Communicate with employees, customers and other stakeholders in an open and objective manner on matters concerning the environment