Informing interested parties about significant environmental aspects of the company
Informing interested parties about the significant environmental aspects of a company covers the following areas
Company administration and infrastructure management
- Facilities – heating, cooling, lighting, cleaning, pest control (release of harmful substances into the environment);
- machinery, equipment, means of communication, computer hardware, office supplies, etc. (air and soil pollution, release of waste into the environment);
- transport – emissions from transport vehicles, traffic accidents (air and soil pollution);
- paper document management (reduction of paper waste, saving of natural resources);
- electricity consumption (energy saving);
- heat energy consumption (energy saving, reduction of air pollution);
- air pollution in the event of fire in buildings, machinery and equipment;
- hazardous waste: chemical residues, batteries, accumulators, contaminated packaging, contaminated absorbent and soil, etc. (release of hazardous waste into the environment, air and soil pollution);
- daily waste: incl. paper and cardboard waste and packaging films, other household office waste (release of waste into the environment, air and soil pollution);
- electronic waste (release of waste into the environment, air and soil pollution).
- Separate collection, recycling and recovery of batteries and accumulators;
- separate collection, recycling and recovery of waste paper and paperboard and packaging film;
- separate collection, recycling and reuse of electronic waste.
In order to reduce our environmental impact, it is important to communicate these important aspects primarily to the customer of our service as a user of our service and one of the parties to the impact.
We inform our service customers about significant environmental aspects through agreements and the public on the company’s website.