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Environmental Policy

Perffec Lubricants Ltd are committed to preventing pollution and to complying with all relevant environmental legislation, regulations and other environmental requirements.

We will regularly evaluate the environmental impact of our activities, products and services and we will take action to continually improve our environmental performance by implementing an Environmental Management System that meets the requirements of ISO 14001.

It is our policy to:

(a) Minimise the use of energy, water and natural resources
(b) Minimise waste through prevention, re-use and recycling where possible
(c) Dispose of waste safely and legally
(d) Avoid the use of hazardous materials, where practical
(e) Work with environmentally responsible suppliers
(f) Prevent environmental damage and minimise nuisance factors such as noise and air pollution

We will define environmental objectives, targets and improvement actions that are related to this policy and to our significant environmental aspects. We will regularly evaluate progress against these through our ‘Management Review’ process.

We are committed to providing relevant environmental training and promoting environmental awareness to employees and, where appropriate, to suppliers and to communicating our environmental performance.

We will implement processes to prevent environmental nonconformities and to ensure that we are prepared to deal with potential environmental emergencies.

This policy will be regularly reviewed and updated to take account of organisational priorities and changes, environmental legislation and best practice.

Perffec Lubricants Standards

With decades of experience testing and blending to industry standards, Perffec Lubricants not only test to achieve the standards, but also produce custom formulas tailored to the specific needs of manufacturers that often far exceed industry standards.


The American Petroleum Institute represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry. They provide blend standards for automotive and light truck engine oils. Lube-Tech Custom Brands is part of API’s Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System and uses the API “donut” on its labeling.

The Japanese Engine Oil Standards Implementation Panel determines oil standards for 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines on a global scale. In North America JASO is relevant mostly to 2-stroke and 4-stroke motorcycles. Lube-Tech Custom Brands blends to current JASO standards including JASO MA, MB, and FD.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association works with industry leaders to develop oil standards for both 2-cycle and 4-cycle marine engines. The NMMA also works with industry leaders to develop testing standards and criteria to validate engine oils for use in marine applications. Oils that are tested and proven to meet NMMA requirements receive a license for the formula from the NMMA.

The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies that was developed to set standards for the design, manufacture and application of gears and related components including lubricants.

The International Lubricants Standardization and Approval Committee was formed in 1992 and consists of representative of Daimler Chrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Motors and the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association. They work to define the need, parameters, licensing and administration of lubricant specifications. As a result, they formed the EOLCS (Engine Oil Licensing Certification System.)

NLGI category for membership “Consumer” is for organizations that are users of lubricating grease. The Institute thus works continuously to strengthen its association by rendering service to the end-user of grease as well as those on the manufacturing side.

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