Taylor and Fraser are aware that industrial pollution poses a serious threat to our environment now, and in the future.  As a responsible company, Taylor and Fraser are aware that sensible environmental management measures can play a significant part in controlling and reducing pollution and implement a strategy in line with ISO 14001:2015

Taylor and Fraser are committed to legislative/regulatory compliance, continual improvement, protection of the environment, this includes prevention of pollution, and other commitments, such as sustainable resource use, climate change mitigation and adaption, protection of biodiversity and ecosystems to all necessary targets,  which  the Company  has set  to maintain a pollution free environment.

Taylor and Fraser will comply to other requirements to which the company subscribes.

Taylor and Fraser Management   believe in constant reviews of environmental aspects and all legal requirements, objectives and targets.

All members of staff  have a role to play in the implementation  of the policy and  to respond accordingly    by  defining    within   the  Policy   who  does   what,   identifying training  needs  and thereafter  to communicate  effectively  and exert effective  control over the activities relevant to any environmental impacts.

Checks and corrective actions  will be used to monitor  progress towards the objectives and to ensure   targets   are   on   course.       If   necessary,  action   will   be   taken   to rectify  any  non-conformance  with the Company Environmental Policy or requirements of the law.

Records of the implementation  of the Environmental  Policy  will be kept and together with regular audits will be used to identify any problems and to prove conformity  with legal requirements.

Management  reviews will be made  in order to ensure  that the Policy  continues  to be suitable, adequate  and effective  through  changes,  which may  need to be made in the light of any new experiences.


1.      To    appoint    a    director   responsible    for    implementing   the    Environmental Management  Policy  to ensure  management  has an  understanding  of  the implications and benefits of the Policy.

2.      To  identify   environmental   aspects   of  the  Company’s  organization   activities

and  related  significant  environmental    impacts.       This  to  be  done  through  a preliminary  environmental review  conducted by a  team  of  staff  drawn from  the appropriate key areas of the organization.

3.      To   record   legal   and  regulatory   environmental  requirements  relevant   to   the Company activities.

4.      To  develop  environmental  policy  actions  from  environmental   impacts  and relevant legislation, with demanding,  but achievable objectives and targets.

5.      To  develop  a  management structure in  which  responsibilities  and  resources  of those who are to ensure the implementation of the Policy are clearly stated.

6.      To establish a  programme to achieve  objectives and  targets  and  to clearly  state what each action in the programme is trying to achieve by the due date.

7.      To develop  procedures  and training courses  which  will ensure that staff have a clear idea  about  their  roles  and  to  equip  them  with  the  skills   which  they require  to implement/enforce the Policy.

8.      To   monitor   and   measure   operational    activities,   keeping    records  of   any non-compliance   with  policy  or  regulations,  for  necessary  remedial  action  to be  put  in place.

10.    To review the Policy and to determine its suitability,  adequacy and effectiveness and to use this review to examine the success of the Policy and its management.

Resource Saving Operations

1.      Hazardous waste to be disposed of in accordance with disposal legislation.

2.      To  work  in  collaboration   with  our  customers  to  supply  them  with  products which operate   using  refrigerants   which  meet  or  exceed   their  environmental strategies  to reduce carbon in their operations.

3.      Gas, electricity and water supplies to be metered and monitored to identify leaks.

4.      Old strip lighting to be replaced by energy saving LED lighting where appropriate.

5.      White paper, printer cartridges and aluminum cans to be recycled.   Wherever possible, recycled materials to be used.

6.      Segregate metal waste from timber, plastic and packaging waste.

7.      Operatives to be encouraged to cut down on needless  waste.  This  to  include ensuring that electrical power and fuel usage is kept to a minimum.

8.      Hazardous   substances   to   be   substituted   for   more ecologically acceptable substances such as   water based paint instead of oil based and to use lead free products generally.

9.       To promote the principles of sustainability.


Date: January 2021

Position : Managing Director

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