Signscope Limited is a market leader in sign production and installation and along with being accredited to ISO14001 has the following responsibilities for the impact upon the environment that we may cause from our business activities:

Conform to statutory environmental legislation.

Operate to the best practices of our industry.

Assess the actual and potential environmental impacts of our activities and products.

Work closely with the authorities and the community in achieving the required levels of performance.

Be open about activities and give relevant information to interested parties.

In order to meet these responsibilities we will so far as is reasonably practicable implement the measures necessary to ensure the safe environmental conduct of our business activities.

In order to achieve this stated aim we will:

Adopt and aim to apply the principles of sustainable development, which meet the needs of the present without compromising the abilities of future generations to meet their own needs.

Strive to adopt the highest available environmental standards in all site locations and in all countries that we operate in, and meet or exceed all applicable legislation.

Adopt a total cradle to grave environmental assessment and accept responsibility for all products and services, the raw materials used and the disposal of products after use.
Aim to minimise or eliminate the use of non-renewable materials, supplies and energy, and wherever possible use renewable or recyclable materials and compounds.

Expect high standards from all parties involved in our business activities including suppliers, contractors and vendors, and put pressure on such groups to improve their environmental performance in line with that of the our organisation.

Accept strict liability for environmental damage.

The following Environmental Policies cover our main principles of control for the various aspects of Signscope Limited Environmental Management System:

Legislative compliance

Minimising the impact upon the natural environment

Waste management

Energy efficiency

Working with suppliers to minimise environmental impact

Environmental training

Public disclosure and liability

Transport strategy

Reporting environmental issues and incidents.