Aston Martin is proud of its record on corporate and social responsibilities including our Environmental, End of Life Vehicle and Battery Recycling policies.
Passionate, motivated and professional people are central to everything we do at Aston Martin. As the company continues to grow under the Second Century Plan, we are focussed on One Way of working together as One Team with One Vision to be; ‘the GREAT British car company that creates the most beautiful and accomplished automotive art in the world’.
We recognise that to deliver this, we need a high performing culture, characterised by a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Our first Gender Pay Gap Report sources data taken as a snapshot on 5th April 2017.
Over the course of the past year Aston Martin has made significant progress towards its target of being a sustainable luxury business, through the promotion of responsible and sustainable economic growth. This commitment has led us to develop an integrated Sustainability Strategy for the business, covering all aspects of our business, with the environmental performance of company at its heart.
This environmental policy statement covers every aspect of our Company’s operations, whether they are directly or indirectly involved in the design, engineering, manufacture, servicing and restoration of motor cars or the distribution of parts.
We strive for continuous improvement in our environmental performance and the prevention of pollution and waste at source in line with our business objectives, using recognised environmental best practices where ever possible.
Our objectives and commitments to the environment and the community are to:
This policy statement represents our general position on environmental issues, and the policies and practices we will apply in conducting our business.
This policy statement will be reviewed each year by the Aston Martin Environmental Department.
Dr Andrew Palmer CMG
President and Chief Executive Officer - March 2018
The End of Life Vehicle Directive requires motor vehicle manufacturers to offer a free take back service for the last registered keeper if the vehicle has come to the end of its’ useful life, regardless of the vehicles first registration date. The vehicle is required to be complete and contain the essential components including engine, transmission, coachwork, wheels and catalysts where fitted. The vehicle must also be free of any additional waste such as garden or household waste.
Aston Martin has selected Cartakeback Ltd to provide a free take back service to the last keeper of Aston Martin vehicles. Cartakeback has a network of Authorised Treatment Facilities that are fully licenced by the Environment Agency.
Should you wish to have your vehicle collected and appropriately recycled, deregistered and be issued with an official Certificate of Destruction, please visit CarTakeBack.
For more information on de-pollution and recycling of an ELV please call the Cartakeback Helpline 0845 2573233
When a primary battery in your vehicle reaches its end of life, it can be delivered to the facilities listed below for disposal.
To find out the easiest way to dispose of your battery please search the Recycling near you directory.
Beginning from 1st January 2010, the main batteries used in conventional vehicles can continue to be taken back to the above locations or if this fails please contact Cartakeback on 0845 257 32 33 or visit CarTakeBack. Aston Martin’s Battery producer registration number is BPRN00982.
The disposal of waste industrial and automotive batteries by landfill or by incineration is banned from 1 January 2010.
Aston Martin Holdings (UK) Limited is the holding company for Aston Martin’s worldwide operations whose principal activities are the sale of high performance sports cars and the sale of parts and servicing under the brand name of Aston Martin.
This strategy is applicable to all entities within the group (‘the Group’), which are listed in the attached appendix, in accordance with paragraphs 16 and 19 of Schedule 19 to the Finance Act 2016, and is applicable from the date of publication until it is superseded. References to ‘UK Taxation’ are to the taxes and duties set out in paragraph 15(1) of the Schedule which include Income Tax, Corporation Tax, PAYE, NIC, VAT, Insurance Premium Tax and Stamp Duty Land Tax.