THE ENVIRONMENT SUSTAINABILTY
Nathans Truck and Trailer Smash Repairs is committed to environmental sustainability and is a carbon neutral company. We are accredited with Green Stamp Plus and EcoSmash. We aim to minimise the operational impact of every element of our business, particularly with regard to waste disposal, solvent emissions and the use of recycled products. We are proud to say that we not only comply with all legislative requirements, but our facility has been specifically designed to exceed set benchmarks for the industry.
Nathans Truck and Trailer Smash Repairs believes that climate change and severe weather events are significant risks to our industry and the communities in which we operate. We believe that we have a responsibility to care for and protect the environment.
Green Stamp Plus was developed with initial funding by the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. It’s a nationwide program that consists of Accreditation of businesses that not only comply with the law, but have gone above and beyond compliance to work in a way that is environmentally friendly. The program is intended to raise awareness of environmental issues, obligations and encourage the adoption of innovative and eco-efficient activities. It was developed to encourage the automotive industry to be aware of the environmental impacts and risks associated with the running of their business and to ensure compliance and adopt where possible innovative and eco-efficient business practices.
The EcoSmash Program was launched nationally at Nathans Truck and Trailer Smash Repairs in September 2010. The program was developed in conjunction with the NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water to provide information for smash repairers at all levels of environmental planning, from basic compliance requirements through to advanced strategies to actively improve environmental performance. EcoSmash is endorsed by the Motor Traders’ Association of NSW.
Visit the Eco Smash website for more information.