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Nuaire obtains a second Carbon Trust re-accreditation

Nuaire has achieved a second re-accreditation of the Carbon Trust Standard.

Nuaire has been working towards carbon reduction over a six year period and have been recognised for their efforts with two environmental awards in 2012.

In 2009, Nuaire became the first ventilation manufacturer in the UK to be awarded the Carbon Trust Standard, having already attained environmental accreditation ISO14001 in 2008. It retained this title when, in 2011, Nuaire was re-accredited for a further two years.  Today’s announcement of a second re-accreditation is the culmination of six years of on-going carbon management initiatives and investment into energy-reducing machinery and practices.

Group director Robert Parry explains: “We are delighted to achieve this third reaccreditation of the Carbon Trust Standard. We take our environmental stance very seriously and have dedicated hard work and significant investment into reducing our carbon footprint by 2.8 per cent against our last audit.

“Within an industry prone to green-washing, we have looked for real, tangible and measurable ways to make a difference both within our manufacturing operations and with our employees and supply chain. Retaining this mark of trust for a further two years is an exceptional achievement and we aim to show other businesses that reducing their carbon usage can not only help tackle climate change but can also make a significant and positive financial impact on the bottom line.”

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