Introduction Domestic-Air Ltd recognise that as a result of our activities there are associated greenhouse gas emissions from energy use, waste procurement, travel and other services. The UK climate act (2008) commits the UK to an 80% reduction of carbon emissions on 1990 levels, by 2050.  Our Objectives • Develop a systematic, auditable Carbon Management plan which will be made publicly available by early 2023 • Monitor, review, and report annually on the Carbon management plan • Ensure continual compliance with energy related legislation, requirements, and corporate commitments • Ensure any new development contributes to the sustainable energy strategy • Implement a programme of improvements to building fabric, services, and controls to maximise energy efficiency • Regularly monitor and review energy consumption against our reduction targets • Ensure the necessary resources are made available to achieve these goals, cost effectively manage emissions from waste, water, transport products and services, via our Environmental Management System • Develop behaviour change programmes to promote an energy aware culture • Communicate progress regularly  Our Achievments to Date • In January 2021 Domestic-Air Ltd became 100% paperless • All of our fleet vehicles meet the Euro 6 Emissions Standard, meaning that no vehicle within our fleet exceeds 80kg/mg of NOx gases • Domestic-Air Ltd are commited to the recycling of our waste where possible, recycling all of our cardboard and plastics • We encourage all our office staff to work from home, reducing personal vehicle emissions  Our Responsibility • The responsibility for continual improvement in the management and reduction of energy consumption and carbon emissions lies with our Managing Director and all of our staff • Our managing director has the responsibility for keeping the company advised of energy consumption and carbon emission issues (e.g. publication of relevant advice or reports) • Our Managing Director also has the responsibility for formulating appropriate plans to meet our company’s energy consumption and carbon emission objectives • All members of senior management will be responsible for ensuring that the objectives and action plans applicable to their areas of responsibility are followed appropriately • Managers have the responsibility for maintaining an awareness of good practice in their own area of operations and ensuring that these are followed appropriately. Managers will be assisted by all staff that report to them • Our staff will be encouraged to support Domestic-Air Ltd objectives of continual improvement in the overall Carbon management objectives for the company    Date: 1st September 2022   Next revision date: 31st August 2023 

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