Xampla is a fast growing company utilising the science of Supramolecular Engineered Protein (SEP), developed over fifteen years at the University of Cambridge, to replace synthetic materials and polymers with plant based products. Most natural alternatives to plastic require chemical additions and are based on plant polysaccharides. Xampla however, engineers the next generation of bio-based material, made from plant protein, utilising only food-grade and non-toxic ingredients in processing. Our plant-based alternative enables companies to produce end-products that meet changing consumer and regulatory requirements, where single-use plastic and intentionally added microplastics are becoming restricted. We are committed to improving the environment, both through our products and our actions, and as a demonstration of our commitment to this we have implemented an Environmental Management System (“EMS”) in accordance with ISO 14001:2015.
Through our environmental policy we wish to communicate our commitment to the protection of the environment, endeavouring to limit adverse effects in the environment in which it operates, ensuring that it meets all relevant compliance obligations and its operations are acceptable internationally.
Xampla’s Management Team and employees are committed to running the business in such a way that will, as far as possible, prevent pollution and support environmental protection. This will be achieved by the elimination or minimisation of waste and pollution, with due regard to all legislation, consents and controls. Xampla will set specific Environmental Objectives and Targets relating to the company’s environmental goals and its EMS. These Objectives and Targets are reviewed using Xampla’s Internal Audit and Management Review processes.
Xampla’s Management Team identifies, reviews, evaluates and implements such legislation, as well as relevant statutory regulations and professional requirements that impact upon its business operations and considers all relevant environmental issues when making decisions impacting on their work. All employees are made aware of our collective and any individual responsibilities for and commitment to acting in accordance with Xampla’s Environmental Policy, whilst working to continually improve its EMS. Xampla is also committed to minimising any disturbance to the local environment and resources of the communities in which the company operates, including the presentation of its own premises.
In determining the Scope of our EMS we have considered our compliance obligations, the needs and expectations of our interested parties and the context of our organisation, which are detailed above. The scope of our EMS is “The design and supply of plant-based materials to replace single-use plastics and to provide a new functionality for ingredient protection”. We will seek to apply our EMS to our suppliers and customers where we have the authority and ability to control and influence them.
This policy is communicated to all staff, its suppliers, sub-contractors and any other interested parties (i.e. clients, stakeholders etc.), as well as to the public on request. We want our goals in respect of the environment to be shared as far as possible, and for everyone who deals with us to be aware of them.
31st August 2020