At The Shower Doctor, we're all about helping to save the environment - check out our previous blog on the facts and figures of a more efficient bathroom if you don't believe us!
Of course, we're not the only ones in the industry that have taken a keen interest in this issue, as shower manufacturer Triton has recently demonstrated.
The British firm has recently announced plans to reduce the amount of waste it sends to landfill to absolutely nothing over the next few years.
It's hoped the organisation will be able to achieve this after introducing a number of "environmental enhancements" to its factory in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. In the last five years, Triton has already managed to reduce its landfill waste levels by 95 per cent.
This has been achieved thanks to a long-term strategy to reuse or recycle all waste components by 2018, with staff working with a colour-coded system to help them manage how they dispose of their rubbish.
Triton has demonstrated a significant commitment to hitting the target, carrying out random audits on how well personnel are adhering to the waste management guidelines, with the results being reviewed by senior members of the team to make sure the company is keeping on track.
Managing director Lorna Fellowes said: "As a responsible British manufacturer, we are constantly reviewing opportunities to reduce the amount of waste we send to landfill and to reduce waste at its source."
Ms Fellowes added that she wanted customers to feel as though they are investing in a company that leads the way with its environmental credentials, and that the ethos is displayed throughout her firm's workforce.
If you're impressed with Triton's efforts to go green and want to check out their range of showers, click here to see what we have in stock.