UK Forks expects its staff and suppliers to have a natural respect for our sustainability and ethical standards in the context of their own particular culture.  

We take social and environmental factors into consideration alongside financial factors in making decisions on the purchase of goods and the commissioning of services.

Our purchasing decisions should where practicable consider whole life cost and the associated risks and implications for society and the environment. Procurement can make a significant contribution to our goals of sustainable economic development and resource minimisation by ensuring that the goods and services we buy consider optimum environmental performance.

Procurement has an additional role to play in minimising any risk of social exploitation within the supply chain. We believe that this not only makes business sense, it also has the potential to improve the living and working standards of people around the world.

Economic growth, social cohesion and environmental protection go hand in hand.

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