As a business, we recognise that the nature of what we do at F.L.P impacts on the environment through our day to day activities, the development of our business and the extension of our influence into our diverse customer base. We acknowledge our responsibility to maintain legal compliance as a minimum standard and to protect the environment in every area of our work. We will take a determined approach to continually improving our performance in:
F.L.P accepts its responsibility to manage the impact we have as a company on climate change. We are committed to managing our business and striving to work in ways that reduces our use of energies, which produce greenhouse gases. We are already committed to using waste biomass for heating, harvesting rainwater for use in manufacturing processes and company facilities, use of recycled paper for all of our printed material and are committed to investing in wind power to provide electricity over the next 5 years.
The use of natural resources needs to be managed in ways that minimise wastage. FLP is committed in all areas of our operations to wasting as little energy, materials and water as possible and preventing the reliance on disposing of waste by land filling. We do not sell disposables; we produce timeless designs and products with long durability. Our products are made from hardwearing materials and designed to fit in visually with their surroundings. By making these products durable, we also respect our environment. Our innovative products can be combined to make exciting solutions for a variety of environments.
Communication and Engagement
Fenland Leisure Products will communicate its environmental policy to all our customers and suppliers. We will continually strive to engage with them on environmental initiatives and to promote the importance and the benefits of environmental consideration. In this way, we will ensure that our customers and users can enjoy using their equipment in the certain knowledge that we are managing our business in harmony with the environment.
A Warning Light
On the streets of the city a red light means stop!
But in nature the red light is now telling us to get a move on
To wake up to the danger, save the planet and save ourselves