Crittall Updates Environmental Position

Crittall Windows Limited actively seeks to minimise the impact of our operations on the environment through sustainable sourcing, reduced energy consumption and promoting recycling by engaging with supply chain partners, customers and employees.

Crittall windows and doors are manufactured under an Environmental Management system accredited to ISO 14001:2015.

Steel is considered to be one of the most sustainable materials on the planet.

The steel used to fabricate our windows is produced from recycled sources and any waste from the production process is retained and recycled.

Our products have a life expectancy of more than 60 years and incorporate features that improve the energy efficiency of buildings.

We constantly review our consumption of energy and raw materials and implement measures to reduce waste and maximise efficiency. An example of which is the installation of latest generation solar panels that lower consumption of electricity from the national grid.

Our status as the largest steel window manufacturer in the world brings with it a responsibility to be the industry leader in reducing the environmental impact of our activities. The Board of Directors is committed to introducing efficiency improvements that reduce energy consumption and waste against targets set on an annual basis.


Share This Page:
Back To News

Recent Posts

Iron Portraits Exhibit

27th January 2019

BBC Great British Railway Journeys alight at Crittall

10th January 2020

Crittall becomes a member of the SWA

15th October 2018

Create your Crittall home office

20th January 2021

Crittall joins National Self Build and Renovation Centre

24th September 2019

Crittall enhances West End hotel luxury

19th February 2018

Why steel windows?

14th July 2021

Crittall secures another project with Yale

1st March 2019