For my target group this is not sufficient, as it doesn’t ensure a good reputation. When developing an environmental policy, it is important to know what you want and what you can achieve. What does your ideal customer look like and what behavior does he expect of you? Stay away from green-washing.
My advice is to build your environment policy from the bottom up. Instead of starting with vague concepts, it is more meaningful to start with what is possible and the costs of that. So start with your environmental management system. This prevents the inhibition of responsibility and creativity of your employees. This in turn leads to better and more cost-effective solutions, ensures that no promises are made that cannot be kept and that your environmental policy is in alignment with the other business objectives.
Ultimately, it comes down to the delivery of your promises. You can’t do any more than that, and you won’t get away with any less.