Cashmaster realizes the importance of preserving the natural environment that sustains life on earth. Cashmaster is committed to achieving environmentally friendly business through innovative and sound business practices.


Cashmaster is inherently conscious of how much energy and water it uses, along with how and when their staff travel, what purchases are made, and the waste they produce.

Cashmaster believe that good environmental management is a valuable investment in efficiency, whilst protecting the world we live in for future generations.


Cashmaster actively employ policies and procedures that will ensure the conservation of natural resources while minimizing any adverse environmental impact from their business activities, including, but not limited to, waste reduction and recycling.


Cashmaster aims to continuously review its environmental policies and procedures in order to improve its commitment and promises to the environment we live in.


Cashmaster operates an energy conservation policy to ensure that all non-critical equipment is switched off when not in immediate use, and that low energy electrical equipment is preferred, over other higher consumption, alternatives.


Wherever possible, electronic documents will be employed, in an attempt to reduce paper waste.


RoHS


Cashmaster’s product range is fully compliant with the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) of 2006.


This directive bans electronic equipment that contains more than the agreed low levels of lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium, metals frequently used in electronic equipment.

Cashmaster International has been working to ensure our product range complies with these mandatory regulations since they were announced in 2003.This has resulted in a need to introduce new circuitry design, via digitization, as well as batteries and charging components and applications.


To learn more visit: www.netregs.gov.uk/netregs/legislation/380525/477158/?lang=_e


WEEE


Cashmaster’s product range is fully compliant with the European Union’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) of 2002.


This directive aims to reduce waste arising from electrical and electronic equipment, make producers of EEE responsible for the environmental impact of their products (especially when they become waste), encourage separate collection and subsequent treatment, reuse, recovery, recycling and sound environmental disposal of electrical equipment and improve the environmental performance of all those involved during the lifecycle of electrical equipment.


To learn more visit: www.netregs.gov.uk/netregs/legislation/380525/473094/?laWatesng=_e