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Celtic Rendering Systems Ltd (the ‘Organisation’) recognises the importance of environmental protection and is committed to care for and protect the environment in which we operate, in compliance with all environmental regulations, legislation and approved codes of practice specifically relating to scope narrative.

We are fully committed to improving environmental performance across all of our business activities, and encourage our business partners to join us in this effort.  It is our objective to operate with, and to maintain good relations with all regulatory bodies, and to carry out all measures reasonably practicable to facilitate the ability to continually improve environmental performance.  We have developed action plans to supplement each of our environmental policy objectives, and will:

1.       Adopt the highest environmental standards in all areas of operation, meeting and exceeding all relevant legislative requirements by assessing and regularly re-assessing the environmental effects of our equipment, plant and operations

2.       Adhere to all relevant regulations concerning waste and environmental well-being

3.       Purchase sustainable products wherever feasible and ensure that all supplier and sub-contracted operations are in-line with this policy; being aware of their responsibilities in the environment

4.       Train employees in good environmental practice and encourage employee involvement in environmental action, and to assist in developing solutions to environmental problems

5.       Minimise waste through careful and efficient use of all materials and energy.  All waste will be disposed of under controlled conditions utilising re-cycling and/or the re-use of the wherever feasible

6.       Minimise energy wastage and aim to include environmental and ethical considerations in investment decisions wherever appropriate

7.       Reduce risks from environmental, health and safety hazards for employees and others

8.       Assess our organisational activities and identify areas where we can minimise impacts, minimise risk to the general public and employees from Organisation operations and activities and Publicise our environmental position

This policy is communicated to all employees, suppliers and sub-contractors and is made available to the public.  All personnel understand their obligations under this policy statement, and abide with the principals and contents of the Environmental Management System (EMS) Manual.  We will constantly monitors and reviews its environmental performance and this Environmental Policy Statement in order to ensure its continuing suitability, and will implement improvements whenever appropriate.





14 JANUARY 2013

"Energy saving has never been so attractive" – that’s the message from Edward Davey today as he announced the Green Deal Cashback Scheme is open, with hundreds of pounds of cash available to householders in England and Wales who make energy saving home improvements.

Householders who use the Green Deal to make improvements such as loft insulation, solid wall insulation and new heating systems will qualify. Packages could be worth over £1,000.

The more work households decide to have done, the more cash they could receive. To qualify for the Cashback Scheme, households need to book a Green Deal property assessment so they are then ready to have improvements installed under the Green Deal from 28 January and get their cashback.

Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey said:

“The Green Deal will be a great offer for people to insulate their homes from the cold, and their wallets from rising energy prices. With cashback too, energy saving has never been so attractive.

“Our Cashback Scheme is a generous offer but it’s first-come, first-served so householders need to be quick off the mark. Get an assessment, be ready to have home improvements done with a Green Deal when it launches on 28 January and then get your cashback.

“This also sends a clear message to the industry that the Green Deal is coming. Green Deal Providers and businesses in the supply chain need to start gearing up to take full advantage of what promises to be an exciting new market.”

Neil Schofield, Head of External and Governmental Affairs at Worcester Bosch, said:

“The opening of the Green Deal Cashback Scheme really underlines the progress being made on the Green Deal ahead of the first plans being signed on 28 January. This is a great offer for consumers and will help us to attract early customers, so it’s good news for business too.

“This is a clear signal that the Green Deal is building momentum and I’m delighted there is such a strong incentives scheme in place to encourage early take up. We’re excited about how this could open up the energy efficiency market.”

The Green Deal is the Government’s new initiative to transform the UK market for energy efficiency. It will let homes and businesses make energy efficiency improvements with the costs repaid through expected savings on their energy bills.

The Green Deal Cashback scheme is a time-bound offer and is limited to one per household, but can cover a package of improvements so long as the householder is contributing to installation costs and work done is overseen by an authorised Green Deal Provider. To qualify for the Cashback Scheme householders need to:

  • have a Green Deal assessment carried out on their property;
  • get and agree quotes from a Green Deal Provider (this could be directly with a national brand or through a local tradesperson linked with a Provider);
  • complete works within the specified period.

A total of £125 million is available so hundreds of thousands of people could qualify. The rates currently available are guaranteed for the first £40 million of the scheme. Community minded households will have the option of donating some or all of their cashback to registered charities and Community Interest Companies who have signed up with the scheme administrator. 

The Cashback Scheme also applies to private or social landlords who can benefit if they are the property improver and are paying the costs themselves.

If you require further information about Green Deal CASHBACK or any of our services or Green Deal and ECO or to arrange a visit to your home, please call us on 01554 780 062



Only PAS 2030 accredited contractors can carry out Green Deal & Eco works.

Celtic Rendering Systems have been certified by the BBA against the requirements of PAS 2030 and have agreed to abide by the Green Deal Code of Practice can publicise this to potential customers/partners in relation to those measures for which we have been certified, in preparation for the Green Deal and ECO. Companies and individuals will not be permitted to make any claims to be 'authorised' in relation to the Green Deal.

Green Deal Registration and Authorisation

From 8th August, PAS 2031 accredited certification bodies (like the BBA) will be able to register with the Green Deal Registration and Oversight Body (Gemserv) and in turn start to register the installers they have certified. Once registered, the BBA will issue certified companies/individuals with the Green Deal Quality Mark in accordance with the requirements of the Green Deal Mark Licence (when released).

From 1st October 2012 those installers who have been registered will also be able to make clear they are 'authorised' to install Green Deal and ECO measures. Only authorised installers will be able to carry out work under the Green Deal and ECO.


Press Release - July 2012

Top Safety Accreditation for Celtic Rendering Systems Limited

Local business Celtic Rendering Systems Limited has been awarded accreditation from safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety.

Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors.

Celtic Rendering Systems Limited is principally involved in the Construction sector, specialising in the External Wall Insulation and Through Coloured Render industries. Celtic Rendering Systems Ltd most recent clients have included major players such as Keepmoat, Kier Western, EON, N Power and also many Councils and Housing Associations.

The company’s application for safecontractor accreditation was driven by the need for a uniform standard across the business.

“This is fundamental to the organisations ability to provide a first class service to all clients” safecontractor accreditation will enhance the company’s ability to attract new contracts and its commitment to safety will be viewed positively by its insurers when the company liability policy is up for renewal. 

safecontractor is applicable to most sectors although it is particularly relevant to food manufacture, property, facilities management, retail and leisure sectors, all of which are big users of contracted services.

John Kinge, technical director of safecontractor said, "Major organisations simply cannot afford to run the risk of employing contractors who are not able to prove that they have sound health and safety policies in place."

"More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Celtic Rendering Systems Limited has one. The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector. 

safecontractor plays a vital role in supporting our clients in meeting their compliance needs, whilst working with their contractors as they progress through the accreditation process.” 

Under the safecontractor scheme, businesses undergo a vetting process which examines health and safety procedures and their track record for safe practice. Those companies meeting the high standard are included on a database, which is accessible to registered users only via a website.

Client-organisations who sign up to the scheme can access the database, enabling them to vet potential contractors before they even set foot on site. These clients agree that, as users of the scheme, they will engage only those who have received accreditation.

Over one hundred and seventy major nation-wide businesses, from several key sectors, have signed up to use the scheme when selecting contractors for services such as building, cleaning, maintenance, refurbishment or electrical and mechanical work.

For further information contact:

Celtic Rendering Systems Limited Main Office

Tel: 01554 835253 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Note to editors:

safecontractor is a third party accreditation scheme that assesses health and safety arrangements. Many major clients recognise the scheme and accept the safecontractor certificate as confirmation of competency.

For further information about the safecontractor scheme, contact:

Tammy Meredith


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029 2026 6750


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