Sustainable Procurement Policy

Sustainable Procurement Policy

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Sustainable Procurement Policy

WPS can help you to put a sustainable procurement policy in place. This plan helps you to ensure materials used in your construction project are responsibly sourced.

Why Do You Need A Sustainable Procurement Policy?

Materials management plans are required for compliance with BREEAM Mat 03 Responsible sourcing of materials standard. Other plans which are required to meet this standard include local procurement strategies and materials management plans.

If you would like any help with creating a sustainable procurement policy, please call us on 01604 859961 or contact us online using the form the on the right.

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