We've recently been taking measures to try and reduce our carbon impact and take a more sustainable approach to our business and how we use our resources.

We acknowledge that our industry is not as green as it could be; much of our equipment is produced by suppliers across the world and these products have to be shipped or flown to us. We then deliver these products to our customers, or our engineers and product specialists visit clients. All of this requires energy in one way or another, from jet fuel to diesel for our fleet of vans. While much of this is unavoidable, we are determined to do what we can in house to improve.

  • Training and development on green energy
  • Changing our energy sources
  • Sourcing alternative fuel sources for our own vehicles
  • Limiting our single use plastic consumption and output

Training and Development 

Our MD Nick and office manager Carole recently completed their Green Energy Certification and signed the Climate Action Pledge. This includes training on reducing carbon emissions & how to implement alternative energy sources.

Renewable Energy Sources

We are proud to confirm our offices, warehouse and showroom are powered by renewable, zero carbon electricity.


Electric Powered Vehicles

We recently added a fully-electric van to our fleet of service and delivery vehicles. With an on-site charging station, we use our electric vehicle for local handovers and deliveries. By switching to electric powered, we improve efficiency by not using diesel vans for shorter journeys and we reduce our carbon emissions. We aim to add more electric or hybrid vans to our services vehicles in the future.

Single Use Plastics

A lot of our products are shipped and packed in plastic. This is unavoidable for hygiene and protective measures but we can do our part by limiting what we contribute to this. We recycle all our cardboard packaging and we use recycled cardboard boxes in our despatched orders. We are currently working through our remaining supplies of plastic packing tape and will be replacing this with paper-based tape which is degradable and does not need to be removed prior to recycling. We are also looking into alternatives to plastic pallet wrap and strapping.

We are committed to taking steps to improve, progress is achievable and we will continue to update you with further changes.