Do you remember "plant a tree in 73"? A Government campaign to help replace millions of trees destroyed by disease.
In 2020 we are asking our major clients to help off-set our company's carbon footprint by donating a small percentage of the display budget towards our Christmas tree planting project. If you think you can help please get in touch.
Fireworks can be a social and environmental menace, but used carefully and sensibly they needn’t be. We have a stragery to help reduce our enviromental impact. The key points are:
Evaluation to ensure the company is running as effectively as possible
Actively promoting recycling. The vast majority of firework casings we select are made from cardboard, paper and clay. We try to avoid using fireworks that contain plastic units, although polythene bags are used for waterproofing as necessary.The team recycle as much of the spent fireworks as possible, separating out the cardboard, paper and wire.
Maintaining a current health and safety policy to protect our workers, co-workers and the public
Sourcing goods from responsible employers – none of our suppliers use plastic units/casing when manufacturing the material.In addition, we ensure, as best we can, that the fireworks we buy are produced under fair and reasonable conditions.
Delivering value for money to our customers
Respect for our working environment
We care about Noise Pollution
We appreciate that not everyone loves fireworks like we do and so we avoid the use of excessively loud fireworks in all our displays (unless requested not to do). In the main those that don’t like fireworks hate them for the loud bangs they can sometimes produce, but it is perfectly achievable to design a great fireworks display without these effects, and therefore not run the risk of upsetting small children, your neighbours or animals.