We are committed to creating an environment, whether by the schemes we deliver, or the projects we select, that make a lasting difference to environmental, social and economic sustainability. We adopt best environmental practice across our operations by reducing our consumption of non-renewable resources, investing in green technology, materials and processes, and managing our carbon and water footprint for the benefit of future generations.
See more of what we do in our annual CR Report 2017.
Find out more about our approach to being a sustainable business here.
Ringway holds its own client forums twice a year, involving local authority customers in a seminar-style event. As well as developing our relationships with clients, these events facilitate networking between local authorities and are used to discuss industry topics that affect us all.
As well as developing our relationships with clients, these events specifically facilitate networking between local authorities and are used to discuss industry topics that affect us all.
We support our supply chains' efforts to achieve excellence by collaborative working shared training and improvement workshops. We encourage constructive feedback through our 360 degree review process Q21.
Where a step change in quality or other aspects of performance is required, our Category Managers develop a structured performance improvement plan – linked to Prince2 project management methodology and objectives – and we work with supply chain members to achieve them.
We expect our supply chain to use responsibly sourced materials, products and equipment, and to work with us to improve our performance year on year and to collect the carbon data necessary to monitor this.
Eurovia UK supports the United Nations Global Compact and Modern Slavery Act and we expect our supply chain to accepted these principles respecting human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
Our approach to sustainable supply chain management and ethical trading is clear: