09 November 2021
Harrogate-based ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent will be revealing its Roadmap to Net Zero at the Homes UK 2021 exhibition at ExCel London later this month.
EnviroVent will be demonstrating the measures it has put in place to achieve net zero carbon by 2030 at the social housing show (November 23-24). The measures aim to deliver emissions savings of more than 1,000 tonnes of carbon over 10 years.
Rachael Tranter of EnviroVent said: “Environmental sustainability is very important to us and to our social housing customers. We’re really excited to be demonstrating our very clear roadmap to net zero by 2030 at Homes UK. We are 100% committed to achieving this as we see it as the future for our company and it means those buying our ventilation systems can be safe in the knowledge they are giving back to the planet.”
A number of sustainability practices have been put in place by EnviroVent to reduce the company’s carbon footprint. Recently this has included committing to planting 5,000 trees per year as part of a new partnership with MoreTrees, an organisation that will plant trees responsibly on its behalf over a long-term period and then manage them for life.
The company will relocate to a zero carbon purpose-built headquarters in 2022, which will be heated sustainably via air source heat pumps with electricity generated via solar panels.
EnviroVent's new ATMOS ventilation unit was recently named Best Product for Improvement to Wellbeing at the ASCP Safety & Compliance Awards.