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There is a growing pressure to find new ways of disposing of our waste as our landfill sites begin to fill up and the costs of disposing of waste increases.
The policy applies to all records created, received and maintained by staff of the institution in the course of carrying out their corporate functions.
DMU has been managing these impacts for a number gotham narrow font megaupload of years through its energy management team, Travel Plan and sustainable procurement activities.
If you have any comments or suggestion in relation to our waste and recycling please contact.This type of systematic approach can manage resource use, achieve associated financial savings through efficiency measures and to ensure that the organisation is not breaching current or developing environmental legislation.An EMS is a structured framework for an organisation to manage its significant environmental impacts.DMU Environmental Report 2015-16.Recycling 90 of non residential waste - 2018/19.Liquid discharges - Annually, progress against these targets will be reported on a regular basis to De Montfort University's Operational Leadership Group and annually through the Sustainability Report.Directories, glossy magazines/paper, letterheads, newspapers, old brochures, old prospectuses.Three-year average for staff commuting by single occupancy vehicle to be below -2019.Records retention, the records retentive policy outlines the framework for establishing retention periods and managing the retention of documents to meet corporate and legal requirements.These activities have their own environmental impacts including contributing to climate change, using natural resources and emissions to air.The process of implementing the EMS has involved identifying the activities, products and services which have a significant impact upon the environmental and putting measures in place to manage those impacts.Recycling and reducing waste has a number of benefits not only to the environment but also the university as well.

Environmental Targets, the university has set a series of environmental targets as part of its environmental management system.Recycling 91 of non-residential waste - 2020/21.One way in which its environmental impact can be reduced is through sound waste management and recycling activities.How are these managed?Emissions and Discharges, leisure Centre discharge to be below 20m3 per 24hrs - Annually.These management activities are now co-ordinated through an EMS which ensures that the university addresses its significant environmental impacts whilst at the same time meeting the requirements of environmental legislation.Community Involvement, deliver at least one environmental behaviour change project per year in halls of residence for students (Student Switch Off, or similar) by 2020.Deliver at least one environmental behaviour change project per year for staff (Green Impact, or similar) by 2020.We are committed to reducing the environmental impact of its activities and services.Sustainable Procurement, achieve Sustainable Procurement Flexible Framework Level 3 by September 2019.Progress against these targets is reported annually.Details of these activities and our current performance can be found on our sustainability strategy page.What we recycle, archive clearouts, books, cans.Recycling 93 of non-residential waste - 2021/22.
Achieve Sustainable Procurement Flexible Framework Level 4 by March 2021.