Atlantic carries out a wide range of fit-out and construction work, on a wide range of buildings.
Atlantic recognise that, whilst the finished product enhances the quality of the built environment, getting there can have a major detrimental effect on the general environment unless the process is strictly managed.
Atlantic, as do all those in the construction industry have a responsibility to ensure that the impact of their work process on the environment is kept to an absolute minimum.
In the UK, about 13% of all materials delivered to site end up in a skip. The cost of the contents of each skip can be well over £1,000. An expensive waste environmentally and financially to both client and contractor.
Atlantic employ a wide range of personnel, sub-contractors and suppliers, all of which have the potential to affect the environment, therefore, atlantic will monitor the environmental awareness and performance of the supply chain on a regular basis. The outcomes of these monitoring procedures will affect the future selection criterior.
Atlantic manage the environmental issues via the following methods:
With massive pressure on our Environment atlantic will endeavour to adhere to the following
- Minimise greenhouse gas emissions.
- Reduce the consumption of primary raw materials
- Pre plan to minimise Road miles.
- Be sustainable in our Design, pre planning and installation
- Minimise waste and increase reuse or recycling
- Meet our compliance obligations.
- Work with our supply chain and Sub Contractors to enhance our sustainability
- Improve year on year