Amaryllis’ approach to sustainability is embedded within all aspects of its business model.The Company has gained an enviable reputation for its commitment to the development of reuse and recycling of furniture and equipment. Since the early 2000s, the Company has pioneered the remanufacturing and reuse of office and contract furniture – on a commercial scale.
As well as operating its own reuse and recycling services, Amaryllis works with charities and social enterprises to maximise the opportunities for reuse of redundant assets.
Amaryllis’ application of sustainable procurement is based upon socially and ethically responsible purchasing; minimising environmental impact through our supply chain; delivering economically sound solutions; and overall good business practice.
This commitment is embedded within the Company’s policies within its ISO 9001: 2008 quality management system including procurement policies and supply chain management policies as well as its ISO 14001 registered environmental management system.
Procurement policies incorporate Environmental Management System (registered with or working towards ISO 14001 registration); Timber Traceability and Sustainability (ensuring Chain of Custody); Labour Rights (including Child Labour, Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining; Equal Opportunities and Diversity). All members of Amaryllis’ supply chain are audited in relation to the Company’s policies prior to appointment and on an ongoing basis.
Amaryllis also operates to Environmental targets which are audited and reviewed by the Company’s Management Review Committee. This includes energy management as well as vehicle emissions.