C&A PUMPS and Engineering has renewed its contract with a national conservation charity while celebrating its on-going commitment to the environment after a series of award wins.
The award-winning firm is carrying out work with the National Trust at sites in Cragside and Rothbury, Northumberland.
Having set up the company three years ago, Managing Director Alan Roberts is delighted with the contract and hopes to strengthen the companies partnership further.
He said: “This is an important contract for us with the National Trust and paves the way for us to be working with more national companies.
“We maintain the sewage treatment plants at both Cragside and Rothbury, and in particular the Cragside site needs regular maintenance.
“We check and service all of the electrical mechanical equipment on a monthly basis, and after doing the work for the last 12 months we are delighted to have been given the opportunity to extend the contract with the National Trust for a further 12 months.”
In recent years the award-winning firm, which was founded in 2012, has landed the Resource Efficiency Pathways to Sustainable Growth Silver Award, achieved their ‘Zero Waste to Landfill certificate from waste management company J&B Recycling and received the Best New Business Award 2015 in the Manufacturing sector.
The latest honour to be scooped by the Hartlepool-based firm is the Delivering Energy Efficient Low Carbon Sustainable Industries certificate (DEELOCSI), provided by the North East Process and Innovation Cluster’s (NEPIC) for organisations continuing to grow green.
Alan, continued: “To be recognised by a series of awarding bodies for our work is a massive honour and opens many doors for us.
“It is outstanding to have won so many awards and accreditations in line with our environmental standards and really is a credit to our strong team.”
Alan, who has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry, runs a team off 11 full-time staff and has built up the turnover to in excess of £1.2m.