Environmental Commitment

Grant heating technologies are not only highly efficient when operating, but they are also designed and manufactured using the BATNEEC approach. BATNEEC guidelines recommend that product efficiency should be evaluated with consideration of the development process too. The focus is on the techniques that prevent pollution throughout the production line, which include implementing process design or redesign changes which reduce emissions and eliminate wastes that pose an environmental threat; incorporating sustainable and more environmentally friendly materials throughout; and demonstrating waste minimisation through process control, inventory control and of end-of-line technologies.

Grant has an environmental management system which sets goals and objectives at the start of each year. Key energy saving actions include…

  • Electricity for the manufacturing plant is provided by Airtricity (eco power is 100% wind generated)
  • We have a number of energy saving devices on the building e.g. solar, biomass heating, automatic LED energy saving lights.
  • Aim to reduce the amount of product packaging, by consistent monitoring ensuring only a minimum is used.
  • Negotiating back haulage with outlets to reduce CO2 produced from transport. This saves up to 40% CO2.
  • Aim to reduce domestic wastes sent to landfill. Approximately 70% of all product waste is recycled including paper, cardboard, plastic, scrap steel, metals and timber.
  • Office waste is recycled, including paper, plastics, cardboard, obsolete electronic equipment and even printer cartridges.
  • Have an IPCC license, which is a single integrated permit, granted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that covers all emissions and environmental management of the facility.
  • Process water is monitored ensuring no pollutants are released to sewers.
  • Only use contractors with waste transport license and permits
  • All paint sludge waste is fully traceable to safe disposal at its final destination.
  • Weekly inspections of both premises are carried out on all oil tanks and surface waters to ensure there are no pollution leaks.
  • Certified member of REPAK, who assume responsibility to fund the recovery/recycling of packaging.

Grant releases timeline video of Company’s history

To mark nearly four decades of being involved in the heating industry, Grant Engineering have released a video timeline which follows the Company’s history and product innovations over the past forty years. This video, which was unveiled at the ISH exhibition in Frankfurt at the beginning of March, showcases theRead More

Grant UK welcomes new Sales Manager to the team

Grant UK is pleased to introduce their new Area Sales Manager in the South East, Alan Brooke, who has recently joined the Company. Alan will be the main contact at Grant UK for installers, merchants and homeowners in Hampshire, Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex, South London, Kent and the IsleRead More

Grant makes successful debut at ISH

Earlier this month, Grant Engineering went to Frankfurt where they had a stand at ISH, one of the world’s largest trade exhibitions for water and energy technologies. Taking place on 14th – 18th March, ISH 2017 welcomed 2,482 exhibitors who shared their new product innovations in the water and energyRead More

Changes to Domestic RHI Scheme in Spring/Summer 2017

In December last year, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy released details regarding proposed changes to the Domestic RHI Scheme which, subject to Parliamentary approval, will come into effect in Spring/Summer 2017. In early 2016, a consultation was led by the Government to discuss necessary changes to theRead More

Changes to the RHI Scheme: Spring 2016

At the beginning of March 2016, the Department of Energy and Climate Change announced a number of changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive which are planned to come into force on 24th March 2016. Six key amendments are due to be introduced but further changes could also be announced. AsRead More