Sustainability

Although FMI has some sustainability processes in place, we are acutely aware that there is much that still needs to be done. To this end we have created a Sustainability Steering Committee that is responsible for charting our sustainability strategy and engaging staff and suppliers to collectively help us achieve our sustainability goals.

Sustainability is defined as meeting our needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

As an established business leader, FMI recognises that change starts within. It is our responsibility to set ambitious standards for ourselves and to engage our people and our broader business ecosystem to promote and drive the sustainability agenda within our business, beyond the legal and regulatory requirements.

While we do not have all the answers, we appreciate the importance of having candid discussions and knowledge sharing to challenge ourselves and others to reach effective sustainable solutions.

As a business we are committed to playing our part in reducing our impact on the environment and to continually improve our sustainability performance as an integral part of our business strategy and operating methods.

Our commitment is based on 6 core pillars of:

• Responsible Consumption
• Zero Emissions
• Reuse & Recycle
• Innovation
• Responsible Waste Management
• Advocacy

We endeavour to:
• Comply with and exceed all relevant regulatory requirements.
• Continually improve and monitor key sustainability performance.
• Continually improve and reduce environmental impacts.
• Incorporate sustainability factors into business decisions.
• Increase employee awareness and training.

We will continually track progress and performance with regular review times to ensure we stay on track to meet our 3- and 5-year sustainability targets.