Environmental Management

Wherever we work, whatever we do, we work hard to make as little impact on the environment as possible. 

LEED

Rite-Way Fencing isn't LEED certified, but we've worked with a lot of clients and projects that are.

If you are working on a LEED project, we'd be happy to talk to you about fencing options that are locally sourced, environmentally friendly and can improve your overall score.

We're also happy to maintain and submit our installation records for your project as part of our project completion package, as long as we know during the bidding process that they will be required.

 

We work in some of the most environmentally sensitive areas of the country. It's no wonder we've got a formal environmental management plan.

 

Whether it's respecting the wildlife that calls the area around our sites home, or ensuring that we don't contaminate ground water and rivers while we work, our crews are trained to be mindful of the environment when we work.

Not only do we have our own, in house environmental plan and policies, but we also incorporate any site specific requirements into our planning, and since all of our crews have spill kits and other tools and equipment to deal with hazardous materials on site, we're ready in the unlikely event that something does go wrong.

When we do fence removals for our clients, we're always mindful of the three R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and in doing so, we can save our clients time and money, while doing just a little bit extra for the environment.

If you are working on an environmentally sensitive project that requires fencing, please get in touch with our team. We'll help you to get the fence you need with the minimum impact on fauna and flora.

 

 

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