Corporate Social Responsibility

At ET we take our 'Corporate Social Responsibility' very seriously and are proud to support Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals charity.

"As a company working in the environmental sector, Enviro Technology have always believed it is important to support local and national environmental, wildlife and conservation initiatives that are close to our heart.

Our commitment to limit our impact on the environment, as we carry out our business, is demonstrated by our ISO 14001 certification and as part of our wider Corporate Social Responsibility. Something of which we are very proud.

However, more recently the global pandemic has put tremendous pressure on our NHS services nationwide. We have therefore chosen this year to support the respiratory ward at Gloucester Royal hospital via Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals charity.

The charity support Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and all of it's amazing NHS staff who go the extra mile to make a difference to our community."

Duncan Mounsor, Managing Director.

You can read our latest CSR and Social Value update here.

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Also supporting....

In December 2021 ET have donated to Ecosia's Trees for Climate Action scheme which means we have planted an extra 40 trees in addition to the trees we contribute to being planted by using Ecosia as our default search engine.  You can view our certificate here.

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Cotswold Canals Trust - We feel so lucky to have such a lovely area for our staff to take lunchtime walks along and what better way to 'give back to the communiity' by contributing to the good work of the canal trust for work that is happening right outside our doorstep. The membership fee ET pays to the Cotswold Canal trust goes directly to the restoration of the canal.

Previous charity support

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust - Whose aim is to support the conservation of all bumblebees and raise awareness and increase understanding about bumblebees and the social economic, environmental and cultural benefits which they and other pollinators provide.


The Woodland Trust - Rowan membership provided a community group with enough trees to plant two acres of Woodland.



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