Brett Group businesses will act to reduce the adverse social and environmental impacts of transport associated with the delivery of our product to customers.
This will be achieved by:
Minimising transport distance through effective route planning and wherever possible reduce unladen road mileage.
Monitoring and reviewing distances travelled and types of transport used to deliver constituent materials and deliver products.
Promoting alternative delivery methods such as barge or rail.
Delivery drivers undertaking safe and fuel efficient driver training and considerate driving training courses.
- Considering the use of alternative fuels, fuel efficiency and safety standards when purchasing new equipment or vehicles.
- Disposing of vehicles responsibly at end of life.
% of delivery drivers trained in safe and fuel efficient driving.
Product delivered by road e.g. tonnes by road, m3 by road.
Product delivered by rail e.g. tonnes by rail, m3 by rail.
Product delivered by inland barge e.g. tonnes by barge, m3 by barge/ship.
Average delivery distance per unit of delivered product e.g. km/t, km/m3
Average load size per mode of transport e.g. tonnes or m3 by road, rail or barge.
Average fuel consumption e.g. litres/tonne, litres/m3
Carbon emissions per unit of delivered product e.g. kgCO2/m3.
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