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TNA Electrical Limited recognises that its business activities have an impact on the environment.  The company is committed to reducing its impact through the adoption of a planned and co-ordinated management system.

Specifically the company will aim to: -

Ensure that all current and anticipated environmental legislation relating to the companies operations is fully understood and implemented.

Ensure that all duties are met under the Site Waste Management Plans Regulations 2008, achieving high standards in its management of waste with the view to reducing waste to a minimum.

Reduce energy consumption through a programme of systematic management and thereby reduce the environmental impact associated with energy production and use, principally the production of co2.

Make savings wherever practical and feasible to reduce the consumption of water and other natural resources.

Select materials, which will minimise the impact on the environment, whilst recognising the need to meet specific performance requirements.

Ensure that all employees are fully aware of the company’s environmental objectives and have the knowledge and resources to meet their specific responsibilities.

Give due care and attention to environmental considerations in decisions about new developments and when purchasing new equipment and machinery.

Be kept informed of and adopt best practices in all areas of the environment in which the company operations have an impact.

Communicate this policy to customers, suppliers and other organisations, and encourage their active support and involvement.

Set detailed, quantified and realistic objectives and targets to implement this policy.

  • Our Company Ethos

    Commitment and professionalism of staff and supply chain striving to provide safely, on time, in budget offering sustainable outlook for the environment, without compromise.

Our Accreditations

Quality is a degree of excellence, which is ever changing. Every member of staff is involved in managing how we can improve today, tomorrow and long into the future.