Canada Post is doing its part to protect the environment by conducting business in a socially responsible manner and by integrating environmental protection in the way we operate.
The Corporation is committed to comply with applicable environmental standards and regulations and to establishing an environmental management structure that will ensure compliance.
The Corporation is committed to the conservation of resources through the implementation of energy conservation strategies and recycling programs, and by encouraging the purchase and use of supplies that are recycled, recyclable, reusable, renewable or otherwise environmentally sustainable.
It is also Canada Post's policy to manage the ongoing reduction of environmental risks and issues associated with:
- Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB's storage and disposal)
- Fuel storage tanks management
- Ozone-depleting substances
- Occupation of lands and buildings containing regulated substances
- Acquisition and disposal of lands and buildings
- Toxic substances and hazardous waste
- Waste Management
- Vehicles fuel consumption and idling time
Employees at all levels are responsible for complying with the Environment Policy.