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Our Commitment to the Environment
Northern Mat and Bridge Environmental Policy



  • Continuously seeking new and innovative ways to reduce our environmental impact

  • Employ the highest standards to meet or exceeds all client and government policies, regulations and standards

  • Dedicated to help mitigate impacts caused by industrial accidents through creation of our NEAS division

Northern Mat & Bridge (NMB) recognizes that the world is changing and we can no longer operate with a business-as-usual mindset. Year after year, the impacts of climate change become continuously more apparent and it is now more important than ever to reduce our impact on the environment. For this reason we have integrated commitment to the environment into our core business strategy.

We believe that education is the foundation of change, but in order for people to want to change they have to understand why it is important. One of our goals is to be ambassadors of environmental awareness. In order to achieve this goal, Northern Mat & Bridge is focusing on the development of environmental programs such as:


Responsible Supply Chain Management

At Northern Mat & Bridge we recognize that wood is the essence of our products and that is why it is our business to protect the forests.



Northern Environmental Access Services (NEAS) is an independent group of Northern Mat & Bridge specifically designed to minimize the environmental impacts caused by industrial accidents and natural disasters.

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Low Carbon Footprint   Reduce Reuse Recycle

Carbon Emissions Reporting

Climate change is a stark reality of the world we live in. Northern Mat & Bridge has committed to being part of the change and has created a plan that will allow us to set science-based goals in order to lower our company’s overall greenhouse gas emissions.


Reduce - Reuse - Recycle

Northern Mat & Bridge cares about the environment and is doing their part to minimize waste and conserve energy.

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