C&P Panelcraft achieves PAS2060 accreditation

C&P Panelcraft has achieved carbon neutrality at its Croydon site, in accordance with PAS2060.

The company has a long history of reducing its carbon footprint, previously implementing initiatives such as waste recycling, an electric car for collection and delivery, motion sensor workshop lighting and green electricity purchasing.

Achieving PAS20260 status, with the support of ECA Business Energy, further demonstrates its commitment to customers and supply chain.

Paul Williams, owner and founder of C&P Panelcraft, said: “We’re delighted that with support from ECA we have been able to achieve PAS2060. Everyone will be acutely aware of recent events around Europe that remind us that we all have a part to play in reducing carbon emissions.”

Steve Silverwood, managing director ECA Business Energy, said: “C&P Panelcraft have over their many years in business always had a reputation as a responsible repairer. By formalising this commitment to becoming carbon neutral, they will be actively reducing their emissions year on year as well as offsetting any outstanding emissions. We look forward to helping them on their ongoing environmental journey.”