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The Dove Group accepts responsibility for the potential harmful effects its operations have on both local and global environments and is committed to reducing them in every way possible.
The Company will measure its impact on the environment and set targets for ongoing improvement. To reduce in order to minimize wherever practicable the generation of waste, Minimize toxic emissions through the selection and use of its fleet and the source of its power requirement.
The Company have implemented a program for its staff for the control of our waste and for improving the company's performance.
We organize all our waste into 4 different RORO skips for safe disposal I recycling – Aluminum & Steel, Wood & Plastics, Glass, Paper & Cardboard products are recycled by using Mick George services as a licensed Waste Contractor.
Separately and jointly our businesses also hold Certificate of Registration under the Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011 as a Upper Tier waste and dealer.
We will continually evaluate our waste disposers, to ensure that they remain consistent with our policy of minimizing the environmental impact of our activities.
Packaging of our door products is kept to a minimum and where possible we encourage our engineers to return packaging for reuse.
Each of our engineers, are responsible to ensure work is carried out in accordance to predetermined guidelines.
Our Technical Representatives are responsible to ensure that all environmental issues are assessed during site surveys and incorporated within risk assessments and the Group’s method statement.
For specific guidance on the component aspects of controlling and measuring our environmental Policy in detail, please refer to our Health and Safety Policy booklet.
3,000 Miles • 4 Guys • 1 Row Boat • 1 Important Cause
Whilst we all hopefully sit down and enjoy Christmas and New Year with our family and friends, there are 4 men rowing across the Atlantic Ocean in a tiny boat right now, completely self-supported, for a very important cause.
They will be battling 20ft waves, sea sickness, sleep deprivation, blistered hands, sore bums, extreme heat, hallucinations and more, all to raise money for CALM.
CALM stands for ‘Campaign Against Living Miserably’ - an organisation set up to help people struggling with their mental health and take a stand against suicide. Their lifesaving helpline answers a call every 66 seconds, and has directly prevented around 600 suicides per year, as well as raising awareness and getting people talking about mental health, something a lot of us take for granted.
Their mission is to raise awareness of this increasing problem and help CALM in their life-saving work. Our epic – and frankly, daunting – Atlantic rowing challenge was the best way we knew to do it.
One of our staff members, Jessica, is the partner of Jack, one of the 4 members in the strokes4blokes team currently rowing the Atlantic. Jack Fleckney is rowing along with 3 other brave men and we are supporting him, his team, and their fundraising efforts for CALM.
Please take a minute to check out their website for more information on the team and their challenge, and social media for updates on their progress.