Natilik’s environmental policy applies to our accredited ISO standards.

Natilik acknowledges its responsibility to, and the advantages of, maintaining a sound environment.

We recognise the importance no matter how small, of the impact of our activities on the environment and that there is a need to constantly consider ways in which we can conserve energy and minimise waste in all activities that we undertake. The environmental policy is defined by our Chief People Officer and provides the framework for setting and reviewing environmental objectives and targets.

Waste Management

It is our policy to work with our people and suppliers to ensure that all waste is disposed of in line with legal and environmental requirements.

Recycling and use of Recycling Materials

To utilise, and promote the use of, recycled materials whenever possible, ensuring that materials are disposed of in an environmentally safe manner at the end of their useful life.

Energy Conservation

To manage electricity, water and gas supplies to ensure minimum consumption through energy efficient initiatives. It is our policy to make efficient use of natural light within our building and to conserve energy by adopting an ‘only turn on when using’ approach to equipment. We also endeavour to screen suppliers to ensure that materials provided by third parties adhere to green credentials.

Environmental Management Awareness

To raise and maintain a high level of understanding of, and participation in, environmental best practices by people and suppliers. Environmental objectives and targets are set by our own Natilik Green Team. (A cross-section of our people who come together regularly to discuss better ways to be Green and to set targets to achieve and raise awareness)
Natilik is committed to and ensures the continual improvement and the prevention of pollution and will remain committed to this objective.

Legal requirements

We are committed to compliance with applicable legal requirements both in the UK, US and Australia.


Our environmental policy is reviewed annually.

Author: Kelly White, Chief People Officer