sonata acoustics

Sonata Acoustics is a manufacturer of acoustic absorption products with a wealth of experience in the science of sound control.

Environmental Policy

Sonata Acoustics Ltd seeks to ensure that all of our activities comply fully with relevant environmental legislation and perceived best practice, and strives for continual improvement of our environmental management procedures. We recognise that our activities have an impact on the environment. In all our activities, working practices and business relationships, we are committed to protecting, conserving and enhancing all aspects of the environment over which we have control or can influence.

To deliver our Environmental Management Policy, we will:

  • ensure that all of our activities comply fully with environmental legislation and best practice
  • set practical objectives for the continuous improvement of our environmental management procedures
  • use resources wisely by reducing resource use and reusing or recycling materials wherever possible
  • use information and communication technology (ICT) to carry out our work and communicate with clients and suppliers, avoiding the generation of excessive volumes of paper waste
  • recycle as much waste material as possible and minimise consumption of resources such as raw materials, fuel and energy
  • encourage the use of environmentally friendly materials when advising clients
  • maintain current and reliable information on the environmental impact of the goods and services we supply and make this available on demand to enable our customers to make informed choices
  • understand the sensitivities of our customers, including the pressures of growing and changing statutory and public concern about environmental issues, and assist them in complying with environmental best practice
  • identify opportunities to reduce any environmental impact of our activities at an early stage and adopt these changes where appropriate
  • communicate our environmental performance both within the company and outside
  • raise staff awareness of environmental issues and promote individual good practice
  • require our suppliers to provide goods and services with the minimum adverse environmental impact, and give preference to environmentally aware suppliers whenever possible
  • ensure that our purchases of goods and materials comply fully with UK government and EU legislation and recognised environmental best practice
  • make efficient and environmentally responsible use of energy, water and other natural resources
  • take all reasonable steps to prevent pollution of both our local and wider environments
  • employ sound waste management practices, including compliance with the requirements of the Site Waste Management Plans Regulations
  • encourage all our suppliers and service providers to have, or be developing, an environmental policy statement
  • continue to review our environmental performance, and strive to respond to issues as they arise
  • conduct internal environmental reviews and measure our operational activities against our environmental standards
  • encourage staff to minimise car journeys and use environmentally sustainable transport methods in respect of commuting and business journeys wherever practical
  • support our local authority‚Äôs green travel objectives.