Operating across a range of diverse and sensitive areas, we are committed to managing our environmental footprint using consistent processes and methods that reflect best practice and mitigate environmental risk.
Effective management of the environment is a commercial and ethical imperative, and is part of our everyday decisions and processes at CPB Contractors. An enhanced reputation in environmental management gives us a competitive advantage in winning and delivering work.
Minimising project and business-wide impacts, such as erosion and sediment control, protection of flora and fauna, and reducing our carbon emissions, are important focus areas for environmental management at CPB Contractors.
To achieve our environmental objectives we:
- Take personal accountability for environmental performance.
- Lead by example and engage with industry, clients and regulators to foster innovation and continual improvement.
- Apply a hierarchy of controls to eliminate, substitute or mitigate environmental impacts.
- Set environmental objectives and targets to produce sustainable outcomes and meet client requirements.
- Improve our energy efficiency and promote sustainable use of resources.
Sustainability is the integration of environmental, social and governance factors into our decision making to create short and long-term shareholder value.
The sustainability of our operations has a direct influence on our future.
The CIMIC Group is building a systematic approach to sustainability governance, capabilities, business integration and engagement. This will allow its Board to effectively manage the sustainability of our business at a Group-wide level.
It will also enable the CIMIC Group operating companies, including CPB Contractors, to better share their knowledge and experience within a common decision-making framework.
NSW Environmental Monitoring Data
CPB Contractors holds the Environmental Protection Licences for scheduled activities within NSW and provides pollution monitoring data for the following projects, as well as monthly summaries of monitoring data with activities licensed by the EPA where monitoring is undertaken.
Data for the licensed activities can be accessed via the below:
Frederickton to Eungai Pacific Highway Upgrade;
- EPL Report: December 2015
- EPL Report: January 2016
- EPL Report: February 2016
- EPL Report: March 2016
- EPL Report: April 2016
- EPL Report: May 2016
- EPL Report: June 2016
- EPL Report: July 2016
- EPL Report: August 2016
- EPL Report: September 2016
- EPL Report: October 2016
- EPL Report: November 2016
- Pollution Incident Response Management Plan