Sustainability Policy Manufy 


Sustainability and social issues are at the heart of Manufy’s business strategy and operations. They define and structure our operations as we attempt to become an organization with which people want to interact, whether they are clients, employees, or suppliers.

As a result, responsibility for sustainability is at the heart of all we do. For both staff and students, we want to achieve best practices in employee relations, workplace standards, training and development, diversity and disabilities, and environmental policy. Our responsibility for sustainability entails considering the social, community, and environmental implications of all of our activities.

We strive to safeguard and improve the environment, as well as the well-being of our employees, clients, and members of the public with whom we interact while conducting business.

Therefore this policy has to be followed by all of our staff.

1. Environmental Responsibility 

As part of our company mission, we are committed to sustainable environmental practices. We understand that we have a responsibility to reduce our environmental impact as much as possible, and to conduct our business in a way that contributes to the long-term sustainability of the environment in which we work and deliver our services, all while maintaining a high level of service to our clients. Our policy is to consider the environment in all appropriate decision-making, not only to comply with European legislative and statutory environmental requirements (which we regard as a minimum standard), but also because we believe that a good environment should be available to everyone.

As a result, our commitment is to implement a strategy that includes:

  • sustainable development in all of our activities; 
  • energy conservation in the office; 
  • use of renewable resources and sustainable resource management;
  • compliance with European legislation, at a minimum, relating to the protection and preservation of the environment, transfer of waste, prevention of pollution to the environment, preservation of trees, plants and wildlife; 
  • assessment of the environmental impact of our proposed actions upon clients, consumers and society as a whole.

We are a privately held corporation, but we do not pursue profit at the expense of environmental quality. As a result, we factor environmental considerations into our business planning.

As part of the induction process, employees are informed about the company’s environmental policy, and updates are always supplied in order to be always aware of better sustainable practices that can be implemented. All staff are aware of their responsibilities in executing the policy, and they are encouraged to seek out new ways to reduce negative environmental impacts.

1.1 Our environmental concerns  

Current environmental concerns for our direct business operations include:

  • The usage of energy in our offices, including lighting, computers, and printers;
  • The production of waste products, including waste paper and toner cartridges;
  • assisting employees in reducing the use of personal automobiles for commuting; 
  • Compliance with environmental regulations in relation to all areas of our business operations.

1.2 Our strategy

Some of the specific ways we support environmental action in response to the concerns listed above include:

  • Energy efficiency, such as turning off lights and electrical equipment when not in use, making sure our buildings are well insulated, and using other heat-saving systems;
  • When making an investment choice on new equipment, consider operating flexible equipment depreciation rules that take environmental impact into account. Waste should be recycled whenever possible, such as toner cartridges, paper, and office supplies;
  • Keeping up with the newest environmental advances and legislation, such as waste transfer and disposal, water and air pollution, conservation and preservation;
  • Maintaining employee awareness of energy efficiency and the impact of our projects and services on the environment, as well as encouraging a positive and proactive approach to energy conservation and environmental protection, and providing training as needed;
  • Whenever possible, conducting internal and client meetings via online meetings or telephone to avoid the need for travel;
  • Encourage staff to get to work using sustainable modes of transportation, such as public transport, bikes or walking.

We will continue to cooperate with our clients to promote the reduction of environmental damage, as well as environmental protection and enhancement. Wherever possible, we strive to reduce the environmental impact of our company operations.

1.3 Employee commitment

We are committed to offering the highest standards of employee welfare, within the constraints of our business size and scale. As a people-oriented company, we place a high value on our employees’ well-being.

Our policy includes:

  • A performance and career management system aimed at promoting each employee’s professional and personal development, providing a channel for employee feedback, and ensuring great employee relations and workplace standards;
  • Flexible working arrangements to assist staff fitness, health, and childcare obligations;