Enva is committed to meeting the needs of society today without impacting the ability of future generations to do the same. We do this by placing the three pillars of sustainability at the core of everything we do. Continual measurement and review enables us to constantly develop new ideas and optimise the value we create.
What does Enva do for the environment?
At Enva, our environmental impact is a large part of the work we do. All of our systems and waste management solutions aim to reduce the impact waste can have on the environment, and we are always trying to find new and innovative ways to recycle and maintain our customers waste.
Some of the work we do includes providing firmly established re-use markets for recycled materials, and we’re proud of our team, who have combined experience in delivering first class environmental results.
We also offer waste stream monitoring and separation assistance (including benchmarking and KPIs) for our customers. This helps us to evaluate the way in which their waste could be better distributed and separated, putting in place various measures and solutions to help limit their environmental impact, as well as our own.
Helping our customers to improve their environmental performance lies at the heart of Enva’s business model. By first reducing the amount of waste they produce and then optimising their recycling and recovery rates we are able to help businesses reduce their carbon footprint and wider environmental impact. Recovering these valuable secondary resources, and adding value wherever possible, reduces pressure on the earth’s limited virgin supplies and supports the development more circular business models.
As a commercially successful business we have the ability both to realise value in our own operations and also support our supply chain, customers and other stakeholders in its wider creation. Our performance as a business, and the willingness of customers to work with us, is increasingly measured and influenced by our ability to deliver social value. This expectation coupled with a genuine desire to do the right thing means we are acutely aware of our responsibility to make a positive impact on both local and global communities.
Controlling the costs associated with waste management can have a direct impact on a business’s bottom line. Changing mindsets from waste resources also helps drive material up the Waste Hierarchy improving both its commercial and environmental value. Further commercial value is derived from the ability to provide customer with consistently high-quality secondary resources and products which can be used in the creation of more sustainable supply chains.