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sustainable business practices

What is sustainable business practice?

Turning our timber into woodchips

Designing and implementing business systems and processes, that utilise human, material and natural resources in a more efficient manner, with an understanding of the needs of our future.

Reducing the demand for use of resources within existing business operations by implementing continuous improvement programs that constantly monitor, analyse and improve processes and waste reduction or waste recycling techniques.

What are its objectives?

  • To enable a paradigm shift within our thinking and consciousness change our habits by reducing the use of our resources.

  • To implement efficient designs that harness natural energy through renewable sources.

  • To use technology and knowledge to reverse the effects of degradation and pollution on our remaining natural resources.

  • To focus not only on the bottom line (profits), but make allowances for social, governance and environmental factors, (known as "Quadruple Bottom Line" [QBL]) when assessing future development projects.

  • To utilise our current knowledge of ecology and the environment that will lead to a more balanced approach to the use and management of our soil, water and air resources.

  • To increase our quality of life by understanding the ecological value of natural resources. To maintain our cultural connection to the land and our environment.

  • To put a value on maintaining our remaining natural resources, rather than exploiting them.

How is it implemented?

  • All expansion of our thought and hence actions are carried out with the future in mind.

  • In agriculture and horticulture, through Conservation Agriculture principles and practices, reducing the use of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and soil fumigation and implementing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques.

  • On farms having management plans that conserve water, soil and other material resources.

  • Ensuring that all development and construction is carried out to strict ecological guidelines, through ecological analysis and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).

  • In commerce and industry carrying out energy audits to reduce the load on fossil fuel demand.

  • In urban environments designing buildings that meet strict environmental guidelines that help reduce the Greenhouse gas emissions as stated by the Kyoto protocol.

  • Look at alternative sources of fuel in future expansion.

  • To provide a "clear" green line in our thinking, that will provide a paradigm shift from ourselves to our families, neighbours and communities.

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