Hydraulink is committed to conduct its operations with minimal impact on the environment.
Hydraulink is committed to conduct its operations with minimal impact on the environment, to comply with applicable corporate, environmental legislative and regulatory requirements; and to every extent possible, strive towards continual improvement, excelling in environmental performance.
The environment is an integral part of our business and we acknowledge the relationship between the environment and our products and activities. Our commitment to the environment will be a guiding principle in our business planning and development.
- Manufacture, warehouse, distribute, repair and service all hydraulic parts and products in such a way to reduce or where practicable, eliminate contamination of the environment with hazardous substances;
- Apply best practices to manage hazardous substances, disposal of wastes, all safety and health-related concerns, including the necessary emergency responsiveness;
- Use natural resources efficiently, particularly electricity, paper and packaging materials, by recycling, reducing and re using.
- Educate and train employees for awareness of the relevant environmental issues;
- Set objectives and design programs aimed at continual improvement;
- Communicate this policy to all employees, key suppliers and contractors, and make it available to the public.
- Strive to continually improve our environmental performances, by establishing objectives and targets, carrying out regular audits and acting on complaints and incidents.
- Develop among employees and the community at large an understanding of the positive role which Hydraulink plays in the environment.
- Put in place programmes to continually improve the environmental performance of the site and to reduce risk to the environment.
- Influence all employees to consider and respect the environment and to seek to protect the environment in the course of their activities.
- Foster research into the proper use of our products so as to maximise their benefits and to minimise any negative impacts on the environment and promote the transfer of the research findings to the user.
- Minimise the likelihood of accidental discharges of pollutants, and have contingency plans in place to deal with these where they occur.