Oprema accepts responsibility for the environmental effects of the distribution and supply of electrical and electronic equipment in the UK and abroad.
We ensure compliance with the UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations. We are currently members of a Producer Compliance Scheme, which requires us to submit an annual return on the EEE products that we distribute.
We have made every effort to ensure our packaging is as environmentally friendly as possible:
Oprema will measure its impact on the environment and set targets for ongoing improvement. The Company will comply with all relevant environmental legislation.
We're also proud to be partnered with environmental organisation, Ecologi, to offset our carbon footprint on your outbound shipping and to help the fight against climate crisis.
For each order made, we'll be investing in credits to offset our carbon emissions as well as funding tree-planting projects around the globe. We get to support the indigenous communities most affected by climate change too - so it's a big win all-round!
The Company provides training for its staff, to raise awareness of environmental issues and enlist their support in improving the Company’s performance.
Inhouse, the company recycles food waste, and all other recyclables through the local council schemes. The building has lights operated by sensor, to conserve energy. Staff are advised to turn off all electronic equipment at the end of the day. Environmental impact is considered as part of the procurement process.
Oprema will encourage the adoption of similar principles by its suppliers.
This policy will be reviewed at least annually.