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27 February 2017

ThermOzone re-accredited as Carbon Trust supplier

ThermOzone has achieved successful re-accreditation as a Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier.

This scheme has ThermoOzone’s credentials and achievements with various energy reducing projects recognised by a higher authority, including close scrutiny and reference follow up upon three completed projects each year.

Accreditation provides access to low cost / no cost funding schemes such as the Green Business Fund, and once accredited the company can simply sign off the scheme application from its achieved credentials.

The firm says that the accreditation is recognition that it is doing more than its bit to achieve consistent environmental results for its clients, not just for energy reduction, but also equipment recycling, and its activities to reduce harmful refrigerant use safely.

ThermOzone remains the only SME to hold this accreditation in the chiller sector of the cooling industry, alongside larger companies including Emerson and Daikin.

 

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