Morris Leisure

Touring Caravan and Holiday Home Parks

Reducing our carbon footprint

Morris Leisure and our sister company Morris Lubricants have demonstrated our commitment to reduce our carbon footprint by achieving the ISO 50001 international standard for energy management.

As companies, we have installed solar panels to generate renewable energy to reduce our costs, replaced traditional lighting with LED lights and installed light sensors and more energy efficient heating boilers.

 Caroline Walton, our regulatory affairs manager, said we our committed to reducing their carbon footprint by cutting energy consumption and continually identifying ways in which they could improve efficiency.

We are audited every year to ensure that we are complying with the terms of ISO 50001 by constantly improving energy management. ISO 50001 certification contributes to the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, which is mandatory for large enterprises, such as Paterson Enterprises.

 Last year, Morris Lubricants became the first lubricants blender in the UK to achieve a globally recognised accreditation for its laboratory. ISO 17025 is the single most important international standard for calibration and testing laboratories.

Ludlow Touring Park Solar Panels

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Morris Lubricants’ group engineering manager Steve Reading with Ludlow Touring Park manager Karen Price and an array of solar panels on the park.

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