Powering the circular economy as industry leaders since 1990
Our people are dedicated to supporting the healthcare circular economy, reducing emissions and preventing medical equipment waste, as we support NHS’s wider ambition to reach its net zero targets.
We are an organisation proud to be ISO14001 accredited, have low emissions and carbon offset logistics and are committed to our zero-to-landfill policy. We commissioned our own carbon footprint audit and are officially a Carbon Footprint Standard, CO2e assessed organisation.
Our environmental initiatives
Taking responsibility for our environment
Committed to Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2040
As documented in our PPN 06-21
Electric & hybrid company cars
Eradicating plastic waste
All packaging we use is compostable, recycled or reusable.
Implemented sustainable practices
We’ve invested in solar panels, LED lighting, water conservation and our electricity is from sustainable sources.
We are committed to providing opportunities and reducing economic inequalities, therefore place great emphasis on supporting and investing in the growth of our own people and that of our local community.
As a conscientious employer we are proud to be Real Living Wage and Good Business Charter accredited. We prioritise both the mental and physical well-being of staff and continually look for ways to support the next generations, through our regular apprenticeship and placement programmes.
Our wellbeing initiatives
Supporting our workforce and community
Opportunities for all
We offer regular placement programmes and medical engineering apprenticeships.
Committed to staff mental & physical wellbeing
From cycle to work and EV schemes, to flexible working, mental health support and counselling access.
Training & Development
Opportunities for staff to pursue their personal and career development plans.
Supporting community fundraisers
From local carnival support to care home equipment donations.
Our charity of choice
Supporting medical engineering
Developing countries often lack medical engineers, meaning medical equipment is not maintained or even usable because of simple faults. Therefore Amalthea Trust, a non-profit organisation established by Mike and Nicky Hilditch, focus’ on building the capacity of biomedical engineering in low resource countries, specifically Sub-Saharan Africa.
The charity sponsors UK engineers who volunteer to provide practical training sessions, develop training programmes, and offers funding for departmental training facilities and apprenticeships.
We continue to support the trust and all it works towards, sharing and encouraging involvement, providing access to training equipment and hosting workshops. For more information and volunteer opportunities, please visit the website.