P. Wilkinson Containers Ltd recognises the direct impact that packaging materials and their manufacturing processes have on our environment. We also recognise that packaging classed as ‘not fit for purpose’ arguably has a greater impact on our environment (especially in retail food stuffs).
Our supply and manufacturing processes always consider the environment where possible. If your business has a strong environmental policy, then we can help to supply the most sustainable packaging solutions.
If you would like to know more about how we achieve this just read our environmental policy below.
P Wilkinson Containers Ltd and William Say Ltd are committed to managing their operations in a responsible manner that minimises potential environmental and health impacts and ensures:
The policy shall apply to all P Wilkinson Containers & William Say personnel, contractors, part time workers and assistants who shall be employed or under the control of P Wilkinson Containers & William Say. All relevant parties shall be made aware of this policy and the specific environmental risks and procedures relevant to their areas of operation.
P Wilkinson Containers & William Say will communicate this policy to members of the public or other interested parties on request.
Our Solar power is able to power everything from fork trucks, to our heating – not to mention our affiliated factory William Say & Co.
So next time you get an email from us, remember the computer that sent it is powered by the sun.
P. Wilkinson Containers Ltd. Company No. 594284
Registered address & trading address: 20 Verney Road, London. SE16 3DY.
VAT No. GB 243 5343 77
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