Pelsis will be leader in products and services that help people live sustainably alongside animals and insects, ensuring public health and peace of mind. We will look to the use of natural deterrents and technology as a means to minimise the impact of pests and will aim to actively support biodiversity.
We will become the preferred partner of our customers, looking to excel at both supplying quality products on time and in providing supporting services and technology.
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Part of our company’s vision is to consider new ways we can do pest control more sustainably, this policy and its related targets come from this.
Our mission is to create a sustainable and profitable business whilst protecting biodiversity.
We will create a work environment where employees are proud to work leaving a positive legacy behind. We will be the employer of choice, engaging applicants and employees to reach their full potential. We want to be an inclusive employer and will hire those best fit for the role regardless of protected characteristics such as race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetics, disability or age. We will educate customers and consumers to ensure they can make a responsible and well-informed choice.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form a general guide for businesses to follow; we can all contribute to the SDGs no matter the size of the business. They cover global challenges ranging from climate, water and food crises, poverty, conflict and inequality. These challenges “are in need of solutions that the private sector can deliver”.
Pelsis’ sustainability efforts are focused on supporting five of the SDGs that are most relevant to Pelsis and where we can make the biggest positive impact. We recognise that over time our areas of focus may change, we are committed to monitoring progress and updating our targets where necessary.
The three pillars of sustainability are the environment, society, and the economy. Sustainability is achieved only when environmental protection, social equity, and economic profitability coexist without one area taking over any of the others. The three pillars of sustainability are often also referred to as people, profit, and the planet. They are also known as the 3 Ps of sustainability, triple bottom line, or 3 principles of sustainability.