The company reviews its environmental performance using the following guidelines and implements changes to company policy as appropriate.
- Review material purchases against previous years;
- Review utility purchases against previous years against volume and unit cost;
- Compare the volume of waste against previous years;
- Our engagement with local and national environmental bodies to improve performance;
- New and existing technologies.
N.E.J. Stevenson Limited design and manufacture bespoke furniture and architectural woodwork. Located at our sole premises in Church Lawford, Warwickshire we employ forty people in design, administration, manufacturing and installation and in the 2018-2019 year the company’s turnover was £3,118,163 up from £2,721,106 in 2017-18.
The environmental performance of the company is reviewed by the senior management team comprising the following:
Neil Stevenson Managing Director
Fiona Stevenson Finance Director
Ian Bown Production Director
David Drew Projects Director
Neil Stevenson takes ultimate responsibility while Fiona Stevenson co-ordinates the implementation of policy and engagement with outside bodies. As Finance director, she is responsible for the monitoring of all of the supply chain purchasing and reviews our contracts with suppliers and utility companies. Ian Bown and the Works Manager are responsible for day-to-day purchasing decisions. We view elimination of waste as both a financial issue as well as an environmental one and review our purchases monthly against yearly budgets.
Our processes change little from year to year but can be affected by new technologies and equipment, which allow us to be more efficient. As these opportunities arise, we review cost against benefit to determine whether to implement.
We have previously undertaken an analysis of our processes with Warwickshire County Council’s environmental team who considered and evaluated our raw material, waste and utilities usage, before issuing the firm with a Green Achievement award in 2011. We have continued to follow the principles that gained us the award although sadly the awards no longer exist.
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