Posted 29th Nov 2018

DKG Group gains Level 4 CSR Performance certificate

By KBBDaily on 29th November 2018 - 07:00am
kitchen, dkg group, keller kitchens, csr, corporate social responsibility, performance, ladder, kbb, kbbdaily, co2

Keller Kitchens owner DKG Group has obtained a Level 4 certificate on the Corporate Social Responsibility – CSR – Performance Ladder, which the company said is a “first for the kitchen industry”.

The company has achieved a Level 3 on the CO2 Performance Ladder, meaning it has demonstrated that it is “actively working on reducing CO2 emissions within the organisation” which was the “perfect foundation” for the company’ to achieve a Level 4 on the CSR Performance Ladder.

“We are the first and only kitchen manufacturer in Europe to apply a carbon-neutral production process,” said DKG Holding COO Toine van Rooij. “We are developing a circular kitchen which results from the high-quality recycling of our old kitchens.

“In addition, our fleet of vehicles will be fully electric by 2020. With our sustainable entrepreneurship, we want to make a difference within our sector and beyond. Our certificate at Level 4 now confirms that we are taking the right steps forward.”


Related articles

Kitchens International ventures into commercial contracts

Posted yesterday - 15:11pm |

The new KI Interiors division has already completed several contracts for restaurants, cookery schools and hotels

Dishwasher and oven make top 10 purchases that ‘define adulthood’

Posted yesterday - 13:16pm |

After a car and a house, large household appliances are important to Brits heading into adulthood, a survey found

Kitchens International welcomes new operations manager

Posted yesterday - 12:14pm |

The company has also appointed two new members of staff to its sales design team

Maxtop Quartz signs distribution deal in Ireland

Posted yesterday - 10:30am |

Supplier OSB Group has decided to introduce the brand’s entire range to its Dublin centre


in the spotlight

SPLIT from Salice – dividing to organise, in the most personal way

popular articles

Comedian Joe Lycett invites Birmingham Mayor to his kitchen extension opening

Joinery firm fined after two workers suffer finger amputations