Climate Supplies has established two world-renowned accreditations for quality and environmental standards, ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.
After only six months of trading, co-directors Andy Gilman and Chris Winstanley have recorded remarkable success for such a short period of time and have already garnered an extensive and diverse database.
Mr Gilman said: “Receiving the ISO accreditations endorses our hard work and commitment to benchmark Climate Supplies’ environmental performance while consistently meeting our customer’s expectations and regulatory requirements.
“As the world’s most recognised quality management standard, ISO 9001:2015 demonstrates commitment to quality, requiring regular auditing of our processes to drive efficiencies.
“Similarly, ISO 14001:2015 provides a framework for our Environmental Management Systems. The process enables us to effectively manage our resources whilst focusing on reducing waste, recycling and cost analysis.
“We believe we all have a responsibility for the impact we have on the planet.”
Climate Supplies is working towards carbon neutral, utilising a carbon-offsetting programme that plants trees that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development goals.
He continued: “We’re very much looking forward to the next six months. Our established business model ensures that we’re a year-round business and we’re incredibly excited to work with the summer market.”
Climate Supplies worked with QMS International to take a pragmatic approach to developing a robust management system to continually monitor and improve the quality of its climate control products and maintenance services.
Both accreditations are a key indicator to all existing and prospective Climate Supplies’ customers to be assured of an unparalleled level of customer service, with the highest possible quality standards.
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