Environmental Policy

Rocklawn Construction Ltd acknowledges that the environment can potentially be impacted by any of its activities, products and services. This policy sets out how the organisation will manage, monitor, measure and otherwise be accountable for its ongoing environmental performance.


In the implementation of this policy, Rocklawn Construction Ltd will adhere to the requirements of relevant local, national and international law pertaining to the environmental aspects and impacts of the organisation and ensure that this policy kept up to date in line with those requirements.


Rocklawn Construction Ltd is committed to prevent pollution wherever possible and will ensure that as well as optimising new products, services and processes to facilitate this prevention, existing systems and processes are reviewed in order to identify areas for pollution prevention. For each product, service, system or process, this will be achieved by:


-  eliminating the use of polluting materials or technologies;

-  reducing the use of polluting materials or technologies;

-  transferring materials or waste outside of Rocklawn Construction Ltd for recycling or reuse; and,

-  where no other option is available, controlled disposal or incineration.


Rocklawn Construction Ltd will integrate environmental management procedures, processes and planning with the general operations of the organisation to maximise the potential reduction of the organisation’s environmental impacts.


Through the use of environmental performance evaluation procedures and key performance indicators, Rocklawn Construction Ltd will seek continual improvement in its environmental performance. This will be achieved through the proper implementation of its environmental management system. The design, development and management of the environmental management system, related procedures and indicators is the responsibility of M O’Neill.


It is the responsibility of M. O'Neill to ensure that this policy is implemented and properly maintained throughout the organisation.