Nufast Limited recognise and accept that safeguarding the environment is an essential part of its business and aims to conduct all of its activities with this in mind.
The business will handle, store and distribute products and systems in an environmentally sensitive manner. Nufast Limited will set and review objectives to promote the efficient use of energy and material resources. Promote the recycling and reduction of waste. When waste is produced it shall be disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner. Preventing pollution caused as a result of our business operations and make continual improvements within the business. Nufast Limited also adopts working practices that cause no unnecessary risk to people , wildlife or the environment committing to comply with the relevant legal or other requirements. Nufast Limited promotes a positive and responsible attitude towards the environment amongst personnel. Ensuring that all personnel carry out their duties in line with this policy and are aware of their obligations.
Nufast Limited is committed to making this policy fully effective.
Nufast Limited is fully compliant with the “ IMDS “ System , initially this was a joint development of Audi, BMW, Daimler, DXC, Ford, Opel, Porshe, VW and Volvo. Further manufacturers have meanwhile joined the community and IMDS has become a global standard used by almost all of the OEMs. Using the IMDS, it is possible to meet the obligations placed on automobile manufacturers, and thus on their suppliers, by national and international standards, laws and regulations. The directive on END OF Life Vehicle 2000/53/EC is the first EU waste directive with which the EU Commission has introduced the concept of extended producer responsibility. The directive aims at reduction of waste arising from end- of –life vehicles . The directive covers aspects along the life cycle of a vehicle a well as aspects related to treatment operations .
As such it aims at:
With these targets set, the directive involves four major stakeholders, the producer, the recycling industry, the last holder and the authorities. Each has a responsibility within the realms of its unique possibility.