The preservation of natural resources and the health of our non-built environment is important to our organization. While conducting operations we shall consider the appropriate protection of biotic communities, including human, animal and plant life; air, water and soil.
Ruskin Construction is committed to proactive planning techniques, incorporating an integrated management approach to achieve unity between respective stakeholders and agencies, resulting in a common goal for the collective good.
We conduct training to alleviate potential harm and expect all persons to do their best to avoid and prevent negative impacts upon the non-built environment.
Our goals on the job can be met without risking harm to the non-built environment.
Where there is uncertainty and/or potential for environmental damage, we will conduct post-construction assessments, monitoring and follow-up procedures to re-assess quality and effect of development.
We shall use, store and dispose of products in such a manner that will provide appropriate protection to the environment.
Management will develop and enforce good environmental standards in accordance with relevant legislation.
Workers will be kept informed on how to do their jobs in such a manner as to cause minimum environmental harm and waste of materials.
Where possible, we shall recycle and promote the use of recycled products.