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Brett Landscaping gain precast sustainability charter

Concrete paving manufacturers Brett Landscaping have passed their first Precast Sector Sustainability Charter Audit.

Brett Landscaping gain precast  sustainability charter

This shows commitment to going beyond current legislation to ensure that products and operations are sustainable. Inspectors particularly recognised the community liaison initiatives being run by Brett at the Cliffe site.

The company will be rolling out similar initiatives at other sites later this year.

Chris Droogan, managing director of Brett Landscaping was presented with a Charter Member certificate at the AGM of British Precast Concrete Federation earlier this month.

“We take our responsibilities towards the environment and sustainability very seriously,” he said.

“Achieving this Charter Membership acknowledges the hard work put in by everyone at Brett to take voluntary actions and go beyond the legislation. Our commitment is long term and we look forward to working closely with British Precast to further improve our policies in the coming years.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
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