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As responsible members of society, companies should prioritise sustainability and implement measures to reduce their environmental impact. From minimising plastic use to repairing products rather than sending them to landfills, businesses can take small steps to contribute towards a more sustainable future. While we are making changes towards a better future, it is important to recognise that sustainability is a constant process we are continuously working towards.

Eco-Conscious Packaging

We have redesigned our packaging to promote sustainability, using only recyclable card and paper materials while minimizing waste with a compact design. Moreover, our products are constructed from durable anodized aluminum and steel, ensuring they can be recycled and reused repeatedly without deterioration.

Dark Sky Policy

The Dark Sky Policy is a set of regulations aimed at reducing light pollution and preserving natural nightscapes. By minimising artificial light emitted into the atmosphere, it helps to safeguard the environment, wildlife habitats, and human health. We’re working towards the Dark Sky policy to ensure our exterior products are compliant with their guidelines to prevent light pollution and protect wildlife.

Keeping it Local

We prioritise sustainability by holding stock locally in the UK, reducing transportation and logistics-related carbon footprint. This aligns with our commitment to ethical business practices and community engagement. Our strategy demonstrates our dedication to minimising environmental impact and promoting positive environmental impact in the communities where we operate.

Revitalising Products

Although our products are designed to be durable, there may be instances where some parts may malfunction. Should this occur during the warranty period, we will fix the defective component rather than sending a new product. If the warranty has already expired, we will collect the damaged item and repurpose its parts for other product manufacturing, resulting in reduced waste sent to landfills.