In 2012 Triton achieved the Carbon Trust Standard and in 2022 they were awarded Carbon Neutral certification, with plans to achieve carbon net zero alignment by 2027.
Since 2020 Triton have been using sustainable packaging. Including sustainable shrink wrap, which reduced their plastic consumption by 3.5 tonnes in one year. Their box packaging is made from 99.9% recycled materials and all polystyrene has been replaced with recycled cardboard.
Since 2019 Triton have ditched ¾ of a tonne of plastic, and all Tritons cover bags are made from 100% recycled plastic, with further plastic reduction plans to save another 4.4 tonnes of plastic going to waste, the equivalent of 12.5 tonnes of carbon!
Built to last, Triton products have a product fault rate well below 1%. If they do need replacing, 100% of parts returned to Triton will be reused or recycled.
It doesn’t stop there…throughout Triton’s factory they have energy, carbon and waste reducing practises in place, from an all-electric fork truck fleet, recycled pallets, all the way to LED lighting and recycled paper towels.