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Environmental Policy

Mission Statement 

As a ground transport solutions company, INTX accepts responsibility for the impact our operations have on both the local and global environment. We are committed to minimising this impact as far as is reasonably possible and practical. 


To ensure our environmental initiatives are viable, successfully implemented and regularly reviewed, INTX appointed Rei Liddle as our Sustainability Officer.

The Sustainability Officer is responsible for ensuring that the environmental policy is implemented. However, all employees have a responsibility to ensure that the aims and objectives of the policy are met.

Our Sustainability Officer can be contacted via email at

Policy Goals 

INTX will: 

  • Comply with all environmental legislation, regulations, and codes of practice relevant to the industry sector in which it operates. 
  • Encourage suppliers to ensure they recognise and reduce the environmental impact of their products and transportation. 
  • Include with every hire, a donation towards planting trees with Trees for Life.  
  • Partner with environmental organisations and partake in accreditation programmes to ensure we are meeting our environmental goals.  
  • Make efficient use of natural resources by conserving energy and water, minimising waste, and recycling where possible. 
  • Encourage all employees to have consideration for the environment. 


As part of our commitment to minimising our impact on the environment we are supporting Trees for Life. In 2024, our goal is to plant 1000 trees in our INTX corporate grove. 

We have also partnered with Green Tourism and have enrolled on their award programme. Our current award grade is Bronze. 

We have achieved Good Business Charter accreditation. Good Business Charter accredited organisations are committed to ten key components.

INTX joined the Better Business Act coalition in 2023, calling for a straightforward legislative solution: the Better Business Act will amend section 172 of The Companies Act to ensure that company directors are responsible for advancing the interests of shareholders alongside those of wider society and the environment.


INTX will review this policy on an annual basis, considering any changes within legislation, our organisation, and other factors.  

Last Reviewed: January 2024

Next Review: January 2025