Environmental Sustainability Policy

Environmental Sustainability Policy

dBS Solutions is a small company based in the North West, providing hire and production to events in the lighting and sound industry. We are a team of six people that operates out of a warehouse.

As a responsible business we intend to grow and develop in a sustainable manner. We pride ourselves on being closely integrated into the economic, cultural and social life of the North West and intend to demonstrate further environmental leadership.
We recognise and are committed to reducing all our environmental impacts, our Environmental Policy helps us to achieve our commitments.


• Meet and where possible exceed all of our compliance obligations.
• Protect the environment and prevent pollution by reducing emissions
and discharges.
• Demonstrate continual improvement in our procedures to enhance our
environmental performance.


To help us to assess our environmental performance we have developed key
performance indicators. Priority areas for improvement have been defined and
objectives set to:

• Integrate environmental management into our day-to-day operations
• Reduce our energy consumption and associated carbon emissions
• Minimise our use of water
• Implement a waste minimisation strategy and maintain a high recycling
• Promote and support sustainable travel options for commuting and
business travel
• Establish procedures to implement sustainable construction and green
• Preserve and enhance the biodiversity of the estate
• Empower and motivate staff, students and stakeholders through
appropriate environmental education and communication
• Integrate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations
within our investment strategy

Our Promises

• Buy used
• Look for products that use less packaging. When manufacturers make
their products with less packaging, they use less raw material. This
reduces waste and costs. These extra savings can be passed along to the
consumer. Buying in bulk, for example, can reduce packaging and save
• Buy reusable over disposable items. Look for items that can be reused;
the little things can add up. For example, you can bring your own
silverware and cup to work, rather than using disposable items
• Maintain and repair products, like equipment, tires and appliances, so
that they won’t have to be thrown out and replaced as frequently
• Borrow, rent or share items that are used infrequently, like tools or