Based on our enterprise objective of environmental protection and sustainable development, our production process focuses on energy and resource efficiency, recycling and continuously optimizes the utilization ratio of materials. Aihua has passed the certification of ISO14001 (international environment management system) and makes additional efforts to reduce negative impacts on the environment and improve the overall environment around the world. We realize this importance and efforts shall be ongoing.
The Aihua Group pledges to provide services and products that promotes a safe and healthy workplace for our employees as well as serving as an industry leader to minimize the effects its operations has on the environment. The environmental policy applies to all organizations within The Aihua Group:
Ensure that our operations meet and/or exceed compliance of all relevant environmental legislations.
Consider environmental concerns prior to any decision making and activities by conducting environmental impact assessments.
Educate and train employees about environmental awareness and ensure their participation in the environmental policy.
Reduce wastes, optimally utilize resources (water, electricity, and others), efficiently use raw materials, and promote recycling.
Establish and maintain environment management systems and continuously seek improvements.Periodically review the environmental policy and refine accordingly.
Conflict Minerals refers to minerals (gold, tantalum, tungsten, cobalt, and tin) mined in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and in the adjoining countries where revenues may be directly or indirectly fund conflict in those areas.
The Aihua Group is committed not to procure and use any Conflict Minerals in an effort to be an outstanding corporate citizen. The Aihua Group does not only pride itself on being a leader in technology but also a leader in corporate social responsibility.
The Aihua Group expects its suppliers to implement a policy regarding Conflict Materials and perform due diligence to investigate the source of their materials. All suppliers are required to complete the Conflict Materials Reporting Template (CRMT).