Truly Friendly composite doors

IG Doors, the company behind Truedor, recognises its important role in
conserving the environment for future generations and aims to minimise its
impact on the environment. In particular, the company gives attention to the
following areas of activity:

•  Achieving full compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations
•  Minimising resource consumption and waste generation through the
efficient use of raw materials, as far as commercial opportunities allow
•  Recycling will be actively encouraged where technically feasible
•  Improving energy and utilities usage through sound management practice
•  Increasing the use of sustainable materials where possible,
with particular emphasis on timber elements.


Through its sustainable waste management policy, IG Doors has reduced
its consumption of materials, encourages re-use and recycling and the use
of recycled materials. The company currently recycles 100% of the following
materials: PVC and timber offcuts, sawdust, mixed scrap metal, cardboard,
paper, polythene and ink cartridges.


Following the introduction of the Building Research Establishment’s (BRE)
EcoHomes environmental rating scheme sponsored by the NHBC, IG Doors
has modified its production of composite doors to ensure that all products are 
compliant and now carry EcoHomes identification. Look for the name - every door
 will be marked with the name on the hinge edge - your assurance of compliance
with the Standard.

Truedor
 

 

Truedor

Truly Friendly composite doors

IG Doors, the company behind Truedor, recognises its important role in conserving the environment for future generations and aims to minimise its impact on the environment.

In particular, the company gives attention to the
following areas of activity:

• Achieving full compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations
• Minimising resource consumption and waste generation through the efficient use of raw materials, as far as commercial opportunities allow
• Recycling will be actively encouraged where technically feasible
• Improving energy and utilities usage through sound management practice
• Increasing the use of sustainable materials where possible, with particular emphasis on timber elements.

Through its sustainable waste management policy, IG Doors has reducedits consumption of materials, encourages re-use and recycling and the use of recycled materials.

The company currently recycles 100% of the following materials: PVC and timber offcuts, sawdust, mixed scrap metal, cardboard, paper, polythene and ink cartridges.

Following the introduction of the Building Research Establishment’s (BRE) EcoHomes environmental rating scheme sponsored by the NHBC, IG Doors has modified its production of composite doors to ensure that all products are compliant and now carry EcoHomes identification.

Look for the name - every door will be marked with the name on the hinge edge - your assurance of compliance with the Standard.