Enva is opposed to slavery and human trafficking in any part of our business or our supply chain. We are therefore committed to ensuring that we have adequate procedures in place to identify and prevent these practices.
We meet the turnover threshold applicable to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in respect of the period covered by this statement for the financial year ending on the 31st of March 2023.
Enva is a full-service and leading provider of recycling and resource recovery solutions. With sustainability at the forefront of its proposition, Enva recovers a broad range of hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials for re-use in manufacturing and for energy conversion, as well as providing a complete portfolio of water and waste-water services.
This statement covers the following businesses within the Enva Group:
Seasonal work is not a feature of the industry in which we operate. More detailed information on our business is available at enva.com.
Our Supply Chains
Procedures on Slavery and Human Trafficking
As part of our compliance with the policies referred to above, we have taken the following steps:
Responsibility for ensuring that our procedures are adequate and are adhered to in all of our activity’s rests with the Directors of each business within Enva.
To ensure a suitable level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery, and human trafficking, in our business, and our supply chains, relevant directors and employees participated in appropriate training workshops.
Assurance and Key Performance Indicators
We will review this statement on an annual basis, developing appropriate key performance indicators, to measure compliance.
This modern slavery statement has been approved by the Enva board of directors in November 2023 and signed by the Chief Executive Office on behalf of the board.
Chief Executive Officer, Enva