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  • Environment and WEEE

    Our contribution (WEEE)

    Through our efforts we are contributing to the re-use, recycling and other forms of recovery of WEEE under thes regulations.

    If you have purchased from us, something that could be described as 'E.E.E.'('Electrical and Electronic Equipment') , then when you dispose of it, it becomes 'W.E.E.E.' (the 'W' stands for 'waste') and it therefore needs to be disposed of correctly. You may do this yourself, but if you'd rather not, then contact us, we will dispose of it for you, in the correct way. Which we will do, and we won't charge you for it.

    Our Commitment

    We will ensure that, as far as practicable, every aspect of our activities is conducted in accordance with sound environmental practices. We will achieve this by:
    • Minimising the consumption of natural resources and energy, whilst consuming material goods in moderation
    • Reducing the creation of waste by the adoption of improved operating practices and by the recycling of materials whenever practica
    • Ensuring all waste and effluent is disposed of in a safe and responsible manner
    • Investing in the development of new products and processes that have an improved performance regarding their impact on the environment
    • Complying with environmental legislation
    Crownhill aims to foster among its staff, suppliers, customers, shareholders and communities local to its operations an understanding of environmental issues in the context of its business. Our collective task is to ensure that we continually improve the environmental impact of our total global activities. By this policy Crownhill recognises its responsibility towards protection of the environment, and issues this statement as a commitment of both management and employees to minimising the environmental impact of its operations.
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