Dustcontrol UK’s has won the Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) award at the Speedy Expo 2019.
The company, which has over 45 years’ experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in a wide range of industries, was recognised for its core focus on creating a healthier working environment for businesses.
Dustcontrol’s environmental policy complies with current environmental legislation, rules, requirements, and standards: and works to ensure continuous improvement across sustainability, financial stability, efficient and effective solutions, physical wellbeing and a safe working environment.
Dustcontrol’s products have been designed with repairability, recyclability, and energy efficiency in mind, with many of its high-quality models featuring energy-saving motors with auto-start functionality to reduce energy consumption. When choosing materials and components, the company looks at local suppliers in order to reduce shipping costs and its environmental footprint.
"We’re delighted to be recognised for our global sustainable efforts by Speedy Services,” says James Miller, Managing Director. “We supply total solutions not only in manufacturing but within the engineering, food processing, construction and demolition industries. Our dust extractors and source extraction systems make the working environment cleaner and safer. Ultimately, health is improved and production is more efficient, which we call ‘healthy business.”
“We’re not satisfied with just selling products. We aspire to manufacture and customise high-quality portable dust extractors and industrial extraction systems with very high levels of filtration, in the most environmentally friendly and sustainable way possible.”
More at: www.dustcontroluk.co.uk.
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