The CPI Group (UK) Ltd is fully committed to continual improvement on the environmental impact of its business activities. CPI’s environmental policy confirms our pledge to ensure all our employees, suppliers and customers are aware of their role in supporting CPI to achieve our sustainability objectives. Our environmental objectives focus on ensuring our business remains at the forefront of the printing industry for using sustainable materials and energy for all activities.
CPI has a Quality Management system at all sites and is certified under ISO9001. This is a quality management system that covers all areas of our business including:
This means that we fully comply with the chain of custody requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC). The FSC ensures that there is a transparent chain of custody from the forest, through the paper manufacturing cycle to the final printed product. This guarantees that the raw material used is from a responsibly managed source.
We have signed up to the government’s CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) and continue to meet all targets in relation to both of these schemes which aim to reduce our CO2 emissions.
Valpak Waste Scheme
Our commitment to the VPWS (Valpak Packaging Waste Scheme) results in a year-on-year reduction of all packaging waste. Furthermore, 90% of all our waste is recycled, reducing what is sent to landfill.
This is an internationally recognised environmental quality standard requiring us to manage our supply chain, operations and waste streams in a responsible manner, minimising our impact on the environment and constantly improving our processes.
Sedex is a global organisation that scrutinises the conditions under which people work both in our own organisation and our supply chain. It ensures that social and employee welfare standards are maintained and promoted, the working environment is safe and individuals are not subject to unacceptable working practices.
Modern Slavery Act
Modern Slavery Act 2015 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It is designed to combat modern slavery in the UK and consolidates previous offences relating to trafficking and slavery.