NO PLANET B

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BCB INTERNATIONAL LTD’S ENVIRONMENTAL DECLARATION TO ALL STAKEHOLDERS

NO PLANET B



At BCB we recognise that individually and collectively we have an obligation to continue to develop and improve our environmental performance in the interests of the public and for ourselves and our families. Environmental management is an essential part of our business decision making process and we strive to make continuous improvements to protect and preserve the environment.

In order to diminish our impact on the environment we strive to continually evaluate and improve our environmental performance and lessen our adverse environmental impact.

Our NO PLANET B plan is:

Tools & Systems
To adapt the environmental planning framework, we need effective tools. The following guiding principles will be used in developing and applying environmental managements tools.

  • Adopting an Environmental Management System approach that integrates the principles of continual improvement in environmental performance that is appropriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts of BCB’s activities, products and services.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to pollution prevention and compliance with all environmental legislature pertaining to BCB’s operations.
  • Develop a strong sense of environmental awareness amongst all employees by incorporating environmental priorities within work programmes and business plans, and ensuring appropriate environmental information is included in general training and inductions.
  • Utilise, where appropriate, recognised frameworks and programmes for the management of environmental impacts, for example risk management frameworks, business excellence tools SAGE frameworks and Add On.
  • Report on environmental performances through the organisations corporate reporting system and management reviews and KPI’s.



Project Delivery.
Human impacts have caused many of the natural interactions in our environment to become unbalanced. To restore this balance and create a healthy environment for us to co-exist we need to:

  • Protect existing natural assets so that no further degradation occurs e.g. remnant native vegetation, air quality.
  • Enhance/Restore and improve the condition of natural assets e.g. revegetation activities, soil conservation.
  • Control pest plant and animals, resource use (energy, water, etc) waste generation, pollution.
  • Adapt to changing environmental conditions (rainfall, temperature, sea levels).


In developing projects that impact on the environment, the following guidelines will be followed:
  • Encourage environmental responsibility in all areas of BCB operations.
  • Apply the principles of continual improvement which aim to move beyond simple compliance towards more proactive environmental risk management.
  • Working towards a healthy environment that gives consideration to;
    # Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing climate change.
    # Preserving water quality and maximising water conservation.
    # Minimising use of raw materials and generation of waste and pollution.



Healthy Environment.
Definition.
In a healthy environment interaction between natural assets, land, water, air, biota (all living things), are diverse and yet occur with a stability causing changes to happen over long periods of time.

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