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In an era where environmental consciousness is at the forefront of global conversations, companies across industries are taking significant strides towards a more sustainable future. The construction and manufacturing sectors are no stranger to this and are making great steps to embed sustainability into business practices.

Langley Design are a leading street furniture and cycle shelter manufacturer delivering well-designed products to the built environment. We recognise that our operations, business activities and our products can affect the environment we live in and it’s our goal to minimise this impact for the planet today and for future generations to come. We are proud to announce the launch of our Sustainability Initiative, playing a role in helping the UK achieve carbon Net Zero by 2050. 

As a first key step, we have made a commitment to ensuring that sustainability conversations are integrated into strategic decision making and we are in the early stages of defining our business goals and assessing our carbon footprint. The sustainability agenda is wide-reaching and we recognise that we will need to evolve and adapt our business and operations in different ways. Every step, no matter how small, we can take will make a difference.

We consider the lifecycle effect of our products and, by designing and manufacturing durable and hard-wearing products and recommending appropriate maintenance schedules, we help our customers to keep resources in use for as long as possible. We currently use sustainable materials such as recycled plastic, sedum-roofed bike shelters and responsibly sourced materials as a given and we seek opportunities to enhance our product range with new materials and designs. 

We are also on a journey towards adding BS EN ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems to our existing accredited certifications. By seeking this certification, Langley Design is underlining its commitment to continuous improvement and environmental stewardship. This accreditation requires a systematic approach to identifying and managing the environmental impact of business operations and involves a holistic approach to environmental management, encouraging companies to adopt a life cycle perspective, consider their environmental impact, and engage in a process of continual improvement. 

Langley Design’s commitment to sustainability, carbon Net Zero by 2050, and the pursuit of ISO14001 accredited certification is not just a corporate strategy but a pledge to be a positive force for the planet. As the company continues to deliver well-designed street furniture, it is simultaneously forging a path towards a more green and sustainable future for us all.