Environmental Management System
City Plumbing Supplies are fully committed to protecting the environment and are continually looking for new ways to improve the environmental performance of all our trading activities included within the scope of registration. Please follow the links for further information on our policy and registration certificate:
At City Plumbing we are committed to minimising waste and environmental impact wherever possible, so we continue to engage with suppliers to reduce packaging and single use plastic. For further information please see our Packaging Policy
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations
The WEEE regulations were updated in 2019.
Under the legislation electrical products must be marked with a crossed out wheelie bin symbol, in order to help consumers identify that the product must not be disposed of with household waste, but instead should be taken to a WEEE collection point for recycling.
We are pleased to offer our customers the chance to recycle their end-of-life electrical items when purchasing new electrical items from us. Please speak to a branch colleague for details on how to dispose of your WEEE. Please click here
for further details.
To locate your nearest WEEE collection point go to www.recycle-more.co.uk.
Single use Carrier Bags
All monies raised from the sale of carrier bags (£1,809.84 ) between 7th April 2022 - 6th April 2023 through City Plumbing Supplies have been donated to our nominated charity Keep Britain Tidy.
The latest carrier bag records, 7th April 2022 - 6th April 2023 for England, Scotland and Wales are as follows:
The Single Use Carrier Bag Charge (England) Order 2021
Number of chargeable bags supplied: 18628
Total amount received from the sale of chargeable carrier bags: £1,862.80
Net proceeds of the charge: £1,490.40
The Single Use Carrier Bag Charge (Wales) Regulations 2010
Number of chargeable bags supplied - 833
Total amount received from the sale of chargeable bags: £83.30
Net proceeds of the charge: £66.64
The Single Use Carrier Bag Charge (Scotland) Regulations 2014
Number of chargeable bags supplied - 3158
Total amount received from the sale of chargeable bags: £315.80
Net proceeds of the charge: £252.80