While at an MNP facility, all contractors, suppliers and their employees shall comply with all applicable federal, state, and local environmental regulations. Suppliers and contractors are responsible for ensuring that their personnel are fully qualified and aware of their responsibilities while at an MNP facility.
Supplier and contractor employees shall use proper equipment and safety devices, including personal protective equipment and shall operate in a manner that will prevent accidents and/or negative environmental impacts.
Suppliers and contractors shall supply to the environmental quality department, a Material Safety Data Sheet for any substance intended for use at the facility prior to bringing the substance into an MNP facility.
Suppliers and contractors shall be responsible for the use, care and removal of all materials, equipment, or other items brought on site, as well as any wastes that they may create. Wastes created by a supplier/contractor may not be left at an MNP facility unless prior arrangements are made with the facilities/plant manager or the environmental quality department. The supplier/contractor will be responsible for disposal costs for all wastes left at an MNP facility.
Suppliers and contractors shall take all necessary precautions to prevent spills, emissions, or discharges to the environment. If a spill or release does occur, the supplier/contractor must immediately notify the facilities/plant manager or the environmental quality department.
Suppliers and contractors shall read and abide by the MNP Environmental Policy.