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Environmental Policy

Vibra Energy Ltd. is committed to conducting its home improvement and renewals energy work operations with a strong emphasis on environmental responsibility. We recognize the importance of minimizing our environmental impact and are dedicated to complying with all relevant environmental laws and regulations in the United Kingdom. Our commitment extends to the prevention of pollution, the efficient use of resources, and the continuous improvement of our environmental performance.

Vibra Energy Ltd is registered with the UK Environment Agency as an upper tier waste carrier and dealer, with registration number CBDU518250, in accordance with the Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011

Key Principles:

Legal Compliance: We will adhere to all applicable environmental laws, regulations, and other requirements related to construction and building work in the UK.

Resource Efficiency: Vibra Energy Ltd. is committed to promoting resource efficiency by minimizing waste generation, maximizing recycling efforts, and optimizing the use of energy and water in our construction projects.

Pollution Prevention: We will implement measures to prevent pollution, including the responsible management of construction materials, chemicals, and waste to minimize their impact on the environment.

Biodiversity Conservation: Where feasible, we will strive to protect and enhance biodiversity in and around our construction sites. This includes the preservation of natural habitats and the consideration of local flora and fauna.

Stakeholder Engagement: We will engage with our stakeholders, including local communities, regulatory authorities, and clients, to communicate our commitment to environmental sustainability and to address their concerns and expectations.

Continuous Improvement: Vibra Energy Ltd. is dedicated to the continual improvement of our environmental performance. We will regularly review our processes, set environmental objectives and targets, and implement measures to enhance our sustainability practices.

Regulatory Compliance:

Environmental Permitting Regulations 2016: Compliance with regulations related to permitting for activities that may have environmental impacts.

Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011: Proper management of construction waste, including waste classification, recycling, and disposal.

The Water Resources Act 1991: Responsible management of water resources and prevention of water pollution during construction activities.

Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981: Compliance with regulations related to the protection of wildlife and biodiversity during construction projects.

Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012: Adherence to regulations related to the energy performance of buildings during and after construction.


This policy is the responsibility of all employees, contractors, and stakeholders associated with Vibra Energy Ltd. It will be regularly reviewed to ensure its ongoing relevance and effectiveness in meeting our environmental objectives.