Brett Landscaping celebrates accreditation success

Published:  13 December, 2010

BARROW-ON-SOAR: Brett Landscaping is celebrating after achieving a full suite of key management, environmental, and health and safety accreditations across all of its UK operations.

The company’s success in securing BS EN ISO 9001, 14001, OHAS 18001 and now BES 6001 means that Brett Landscaping is one of the few building material manufacturers which can offer the market full auditability and traceability across its concrete paving business.

Speaking about the success, managing director Chris Droogan said: “This is a phenomenal achievement and underlines our commitment to sustainability and good practice. Brett Landscaping is a company which constantly strives to improve its performance credentials and is always eager to illustrate to the marketplace that we are as good as our word.

"We actively engage with all of our stakeholders in publishing our Sustainability and Responsible Sourcing Report which clearly sets out the targets that we set ourselves in terms of general sustainability principles, and on all levels we are working hard to ensure our operation is as efficient and ethical as possible.

“Sourcing materials responsibly is important to Brett Landscaping,” continues Mr Droogan. “We are a company which exists to improve the environment; both physically and socially. It is therefore essential that our business benefit the community in all respects, from our sourcing of materials through to our efficient and responsible manufacture of product which we then distribute throughout the UK. We also seek to actively engage with local community project sponsorship via our successful Love Your Landscape Initiative.”

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