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ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

studio equator is committed to providing a quality service in a manner that ensures a safe
and healthy workplace for our employees and minimises our current and future impact on
the environment.
We will operate in compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and we will strive to use pollution prevention and environmental best practices in all we do.
Our aim is to offer our customers a service/product that has minimal environmental impact and takes a sustainable approach.

Our commitments and actions in the following areas:-

Management
• integrating the consideration of environmental concerns and impacts into all of our decision making and activities
• minimizing the production of greenhouse gas emissions produced by business activities in order to reduce  emissions to zero wherever possible. We purchase 25% GreenPower and are working towards offsetting residual emissions
• promoting efficient use of materials and resources throughout our facility including water, electricity, raw materials and other resources, particularly those that are non-renewable,
• communication of our environmental commitment to clients, customers and the public and encouraging them to support it.

Employees
• promoting environmental awareness among our employees and encouraging them to work in an environmentally responsible manner
• training and educating our employees about environmental issues and aiming to implement design for sustainability principles in the design process

Social
• implement a socially equitable program to support and benefit the wider community
• actively encourage our employees to be involved in environmentally responsible programs

Procurement
• reducing waste through re-use and recycling and by purchasing recycled, recyclable or re-furbished products and materials where these alternatives are available, economical
and suitable
• avoiding unnecessary use of hazardous materials and products, seeking substitutions when feasible, and taking all reasonable steps to protect human health and the environment when such materials must be used, stored and disposed of
• purchasing and using environmentally responsible products accordingly
• encouraging our sub-contractors, suppliers and related businesses to implement environmentally best practices and reduce greenhouse emissions as much as possible

Improvement
• we strive to continually improve our environmental performance and minimise the social impact and damage of business activities
• we conduct annual energy audits and policy reviews in order to better manage
environmental effects
• we align ourselves with other businesses and services that reflect the company’s values and propagate sustainability

Eco-Champion
• we have assigned an eco-champion to ensure a consistent approach and implementation of our environmental policy, energy management and social program

Projects
• studio equator offers our clients assistance with making their projects more sustainable by sourcing and incorporating eco-friendly products in our design.



recent projects

The Yoghurt Club THE YOGHURT CLUB
JUNE 25TH, 2013
Bluetrain visual identity & stationery BLUETRAIN VISUAL IDENTITY & STATIONERY
OCTOBER 10TH, 2013
Acquire Learning National Hubs ACQUIRE LEARNING NATIONAL HUBS
MARCH 8TH, 2015
Tutti Frutti Highpoint Shopping Centre TUTTI FRUTTI HIGHPOINT SHOPPING CENTRE
JUNE 24TH, 2013

blog entries

05/01/17 - Painter James Bullough Explores Movement and the Human Psyche Through Fragmented Series “Breaking Point”


Painter James Bullough Explores Movement and the Human Psyche Through Fragmented Series “Breaking Point”   by Courtney Constable via The Coo ...
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by Carlos Flores

05/01/17 - Beautiful Art by laylaholzer


Beautiful Art by laylaholzer   Layla is a Cardiff based illustrator, specialising in fairy tales, gender conflict, the uncanny, the monstrous-fe ...
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by Carlos Flores

05/01/17 - Loud and Proud


Loud and Proud   Illustrators on song with bold pop-opera poster series...     Opera – an art form so traditional that any moves to modern ...
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by Carlos Flores