Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy

QIB Extra operates within the Norwich Bioscience Institutes (NBI) and is committed to minimising the adverse environmental impacts of both its laboratory and office operations when performing contracted research for our customers. We will utilise current best practice to ensure the risk of environmental pollution is kept to a minimum and seek to promote a high standard of environmental awareness and good practice among our staff. We will do this by:
  • Considering the implications of sustainable development in our business plans and operational strategy.
  • Being efficient in the use of energy and natural resources, minimising waste and encouraging effective re-use and recycling.
  • Minimising the environmental impact of all QIB Extra operations.
  • Complying with applicable environmental legislation.
  • Promoting staff awareness and training in environmental best practice to ensure effective resource. management, and train personnel in the correct procedures for use and disposal of chemical, radiological and biological material.
  • Communicating on relevant environmental issues with external stakeholders, including Landlords, contractors, suppliers, local communities, Norwich Research Park, local authorities and other organisations as necessary.
We will monitor and review our procedures to continually improve our environmental performance as new information and practices come to light.

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