ACR-News
Know what you want? Try our 'Supplier Directory' 
17 October 2019

Thermatic is a carbon hero

Thermatic, a building engineering services company that works across the UK and Ireland founded in 1971, has been awarded the Manchester Carbon Hero Award for of its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

This was awarded by MPostcode.co.uk in recognition of Thermatic’s innovation, technology, green initiatives and recycling schemes.

The company currently uses Internet of Things (IoT) solutions within its head office to help it set a steady temperature throughout the building. Thermatic also offers IoT solutions to its customers to help them to reduce their own carbon footprint too.

Thermatic has implemented end of life recycling processes with all electronics, ensuring it disposes of all electronics in a way that means it recycles every part of the equipment possible.

The company also has recycling bins throughout the head office, where staff can recycle plastics, glass, metal, and cardboard – this also includes a paper recycling scheme which is collected every two weeks.

Every member of staff has been supplied with reusable water bottles to reduce one-time plastic use as well as being issued a ‘gym bag’ to reduce plastic bag usage.

Sofie Hartley of Thermatic commented: “We’re always looking for new innovative ways to reduce our carbon footprint, no matter how small to do our part for the environment.”

Source: Thermatic

Comments

Already Registered?
Sign In
Not Yet Registered?
Register

World Refrigeration Day

Industry has embraced the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) with events happening all over the world....

  25-Jun-2019

Smith Brothers Stores included in Top Track 250 list

For the first time Smith Brothers has been included in the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, showing the significant growth the company has made in recent years....

  12-Nov-2019

RCU Water Chillers for Food Industry

F&R Products’ RCU range of water chillers are unique in their design in that they are able to chill tap water to 1°C without the addition of glycol, this being especially useful for cooling potable water for food applications.
  08-Nov-2019
ACR News is the number one magazine in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Don’t miss out, subscribe today!
Subcribe to ACR News

Jobs

Technical sales manager role

Thermofrost Cryo is a nationwide distributor of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, with offices in London, Birmingham and Manchester. The company is seeking a technical sales manager to manage its range of industrial refrigeration and ...

Diary

IoR Scotland annual dinner
Thermozone "Maintenance is King at the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich" Trevor Dann
BSRIA Briefing
BESA NATIONAL CONFERENCE & AWARDS 2019
SkillFRIDGE Final