As part of our drive to meet our commitments in our Environmental and Sustainable Business Policy we have been looking at more sustainable alternatives to our normal range of plastic hazard warning signs.
We have had to consider the sustainability of the material being used and the production methods and disposal routes when looking for alternatives that will help us achieve our aims.
We recently printed a number of signs on a wood based product and will be putting them up in a variety of environments across the country to test their durability.
The initial small scale trial showed promising results. If you would like to know more then please contact our Environment & Sustainability Manager or a Tilhill Plastic and Waste Lead.