Environment Sustainability Strategy
Sherwood Stainless & Aluminium has created an environmental sustainability strategy to drive the company’s move to carbon neutrality by 2035.
Please find below more details around Sherwood Group’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy for 2022-23. These group values, sustainability commitments, approach and KPIs govern how we manage Sherwood Group activities over the coming years.
We’re a manufacturing organisation committed to reducing the impact of our work as far as possible. We welcome opportunities to discuss how we can improve further and work with you on initiatives to do the same.
Sherwood Group Values
Out sustainability strategy and plan reflect the Sherwood Group Values.
We are passionate about delivering the best products and service.
We have a long-term commitment to suppliers and customers.
We care about our people, customers and suppliers.
We care about our environment and communities, and we make sustainable choices.
How we do things matters. We are ethical and honest, and act with integrity.
We learn and continuously improve.
We innovate and drive change to create opportunities.
Our people and processes get things right. We act with professionalism and respect.
Environmental Sustainability Commitments
- We will achieve carbon neutrality by 2035.
- We will achieve zero to landfill by 2035
- We will provide low carbon supply options to our customers
- We will support our partners to develop sustainable supply chains.
What does it mean in practice?
Accountability for delivering the overall Business Unit Plan rests with the business Chief Executive Officer and his direct reports. Local site management and functional heads are responsible for delivering their own site / function specific elements of this plan.
We will ensure that the contents of the plan are communicated to all employees so that our people understand targets (leading and trailing KPI’s) and the actions required throughout the year to deliver these. It is expected that site management will review progress against their plan at least quarterly. Progress against the plan should be communicated to all employees.
Site management will be responsible for implementation of the plan and therefore responsible for providing the necessary resources, internal and external, and any necessary development of personnel in order to deliver the plan.
We want our leaders and employees at all levels to get involved in delivering our plan so we can create an interdependent culture, in which everyone is involved and their input, ideas and experience is valued.
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