Welcome to Clean Air's sustainability blog

Clean Air intends to be carbon neutral by 2023.

Climate change will affect us all and we all have a responsibility to minimise our impact on the environment. Clean Air’s objective is to lead the fume cupboard industry in user safety, client satisfaction, environmental sustainability and innovation. We value our clients, our community, our staff and the environment so we’re making big changes to the way we work.

In mid-May of 2019 we convened an Environmental Committee to examine what we could do to improve our sustainability performance. Since then we’ve made progress towards our goals and here we’ll we’ll share our journey: our highs and lows; what’s working; what isn’t; helpful hints and tips to help any like-minded organisation become greener, faster.

We’ve made an environmental commitment and if you visit our facility you’ll see the posters outlining our intentions:

Clean Air will lead the fume cupboard industry in environmental responsibility, reduce its carbon footprint and educate users to choose products that cause less climate damage.

We believe in a collaborative approach, so if you read this and have any questions, or if you want to share innovations and changes that we too can implement, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

Will Perrott, Managing Director

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