Environmental Policy

At Nationwide Workwear, a trading division of The Mina Group Limited, we recognises the significant impact its operations can have on the environment and is dedicated to upholding a responsible environmental policy. Our primary objective is to conduct business operations while minimising any adverse effects on the environment. In line with this commitment, we conscientiously evaluate the environmental implications of all our activities and strive to mitigate them.

Our environmental policy entails the following commitments:

  • Ensuring compliance with all relevant environmental legislation.
  • Taking measures to prevent pollution of water, air, and land resulting from our operations.
  • Meeting our compliance obligations.
  • Continually enhancing our environmental performance by improving our environmental management system.
  • Establishing objectives to consistently reduce waste, environmental impacts, and carbon emissions. We are dedicated to achieving our global target of Net Zero by 2050 by decreasing carbon emissions across our operations. We are also committed to reducing our use of single-use plastics in both our warehouse operations and the products we offer.
  • Allocating appropriate resources to enable the company to realise its environmental goals.
  • Considering the potential effects of our operations on the local community.
  • Taking action to eliminate or minimise, as far as feasible, any potential environmental risks.
  • Promoting environmental awareness among our suppliers, contractors, and partners through the implementation of operational procedures.
  • Pursuing a path of continuous improvement in our environmental performance.
  • Ensuring that employees are trained and actively involved in managing environmental issues.
  • Striving to collaborate with suppliers and the community in a considerate and socially responsible manner.
  • Ensuring efficient and prompt incident control, investigation, and reporting.
  • Evaluating and addressing the risks and opportunities associated with our operations.
  • Considering the expectations of external and internal stakeholders.

The directors, management, and supervisory staff bear the responsibility of communicating and implementing this policy. They must ensure that environmental considerations are adequately integrated into planning and day-to-day operations.

All employees and subcontractors are expected to cooperate and contribute to the implementation of this policy. They should ensure that their work is carried out without posing risks to themselves, others, or the environment. This includes cooperating with management on any environment-related matters.

More information on our Sustainability commitment can be found here.

Jake Adams
Managing Director
Reviewed: January 2024

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