As a leading textile rental operator in the UK,
we are committed to continuous improve in
environmental performance and pollution prevention
Our environmental policy
The managing director is responsible to the board for the company’s performance and implementation of environmental policy and is supported by the individual site senior managers who provide regular reports on progress.
Our approach is guided by a number of principles which all employees are required to support.
It is the objective of County Linen Service Limited to provide customers with products and services which meet the high standards of quality and reliability essential to application needs of its customers' requirements. We also believe in the Environment, and maintaining our standards which embrace this Policy.
We are dedicated to the continuous improvement of all of our services and share this firstly with our staff and educate them in the meaning of a thorough involvement with this scheme.
To achieve these objectives it is the policy of the company to establish and maintain an effective and efficient environmental policy.
We regularly monitor our water processes to ensure the water we have used is recycled back deemed fit with all chemicals us in the cleaning processes neutralised back before it enters the sewer.
We have invested Solar energy and all power used is invertor controlled. We use L E.D Lights for efficiency.
The burners are regularly serviced for efficiency. The consumption is monitored and compared against the production figure on a daily/weekly basis to monitor and maintain efficiency.
These are evaluated to give us reliable service and ensure we get value for money to pass onto our customers.
We have a NEW fleet of vehicles all Euro 5& 6 Standards. Route optimization is used to plan routes effectively and telematics to monitor drivers style and efficiency.
• Health and Safety
Our policy is strictly observed and all staff are trained to observe these requirements from the beginning of their employment. Waste products are monitored and recycled where possible in the prescribed environmental way.
The quality systems are provided to meet the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001: 2015 and may be modified to suit other national and international standards but will not negate the minimum requirements. We will protect the environment, fulfil the Companies compliance obligations and continually improve the environmental management system to enhance environmental performance.
The Quality Assurance Consultant has the authority and responsibility to establish and maintain the necessary programme and the organisational freedom to recognise environmental quality problems and to initiate recommendations or provide solutions to rectify these problems.
All employees are committed to the development and strengthening of the partnerships with our customers and suppliers.
We will continually strive to provide innovative and higher quality services to enhance our customers continued long term profitable growth by understanding and exceeding their requirements and anticipating their future expectations.
code of conduct outlines
We work exclusively with reliable and trustworthy suppliers which act responsibly and all are obliged to comply with all applicable environmental laws and regulations
Mechanical and electrical maintenance engineers seek and identify further measures to increase eﬃciencies and ensure that the plant operates at high eﬃciency
Contractor performance is reviewed regularly
Additional audits are conducted by external providers
Electrical equipment, ﬁttings and consumables are purchased with regard to “eﬃciency”
Water and waste management
Targets are set for reduction of water consumption
Improvements being delivered through awareness programmes, ﬂow restriction technology, excess capacity reduction and infrastructure maintenance.
Targets set for reduction of our landﬁll waste output and for the increased use of recycling where commercially viable
The use of print paper and ink reduced through the continued development if our IT infrastructure and improved staﬀ awareness
Route eﬃciencies are continuously monitored to ensure optimal eﬃciency
Transport for training and meetings minimised through “regionalisation” where meetings and training through the increased use of conference calls and computer based training is possible.
Staﬀ are encouraged to use public transport wherever possible
The directors set out the responsibility for environmental performance and maintain an adequate system of management, measurement and improvement
Employees are encouraged to work in an environmentally responsible manner
The company discusses and reviews action plan progress and performance against targets on a regular basis across all levels of the organisation
The board of directors and senior management are committed to the implementation of this policy and will give full backing to all those authorised to carry it out
Employee involvement in environmental matters is encouraged at all levels and will be promoted through training, communication and ongoing re-appraisal of our working routines