Waste management and sorting policy
Lerøy Seafood Group, hereby referred to as Lerøy, shall continuously work to reduce the non-organic -and organic waste produced throughout our value chain. This includes both hazardous and non-hazardous wastes.
In addition we aim to continue our work to implement a circular waste economy. This is reflected in our target to each year Increase our share of non-organic waste which is recovered, reused or recycled, and our target to reduce our food waste every year.
Lerøy have in recent years been in the forefront in regard to commitment and actions taken to clean our beaches for waste. We will continue our efforts as we see that the local engagement is significant and that our joint efforts are producing good results.
Our program for fishing for litter will also continue in the foreseeable future. We aim to Increase the uptime where our fleet collect wastes from our Ocean, and make sure that this waste is handled and disposed of in a sustainable way.
It`s becoming increasingly important to have dialog with waste handling contractors and local authorities regarding waste handling. To be able to reach our targets we need to collaborate to make sure that as much of our waste as possible are being handled in a sustainable manner.
Through several different initiatives on waste handling and management we aim to Increase our knowledge and our Influence on decision-making bodies to make sure that our waste is handled and disposed of in a sustainable manner.
Lerøy encourage all employees to sort their waste also at home in a sustainable manner.
This policy is applicable for all employees in Lerøy.
Hazardous waste: waste that pose a substantial or potential severe threat to public health or environment.
Non-Hazardous waste: Waste that does not pose a direct threat to public health or environment.
Framework and principle
Roles and responsibilities
Ownership and implementation of policy