Awards and Accreditations
Organics Recycling Group
The Organics Recycling Group (ORG) was formed by the merger of the Association for Organics Recycling (AfOR) and the Renewable Energy Association (REA) on January 1st 2013. This merger created a membership based of around 1,100 companies, organisations and individuals.
The ORG is the direct successor to AfOR and will to continue AfOR’s years of highly successful work in representing the interests of the biowaste industry. AfOR was the leading trade organisation for the biodegradable waste management industry in the UK. Set up in 1994 AfOR has grown in size and stature and now represents a modern proactive not for profit organisation within the wider waste industry.
The Soil Association organic symbol is the UK's largest and most recognisable trademark for organic produce. Wherever you see it you can be sure that the product you have purchased has been produced and processed to strict and rigorous animal welfare and environmental standards.
Certification and inspection, carried out by our wholly owned subsidiary Soil Association Certification Ltd, ensures that these standards are adhered to.
British Standards BS EN 1177:2008
British Standard Institute Testing is an independent product testing facility, which regularly tests manufacturer’s products to evaluate and confirm their performance to a wide range of criteria.
BS EN 1177, Item 4.2.2 - Beneath playground equipment having a free height of fall of more than 600 mm, there shall be impact attenuating surfacing over the entire impact area. Compliance to this standard indicates that ECO Play ground chip passes the required, recognised standard for Loose Impact absorbing Surfaces.
RHS (Royal Horticultural Society)
The RHS's founding aim was to collect information about all plants, and to encourage the improvement of horticultural practice.
The Royal Horticultural Society continues to encourage the science, art and practice of horticulture in all its branches. It is now the world's leading horticultural organisation, with extremely active science and educational departments
Wood Recyclers' Association (WRA)
The main aims of the Association are to provide sector representation to Government and regulatory authorities, to disseminate advice and guidance on subjects relevant to the sector, to provide a forum for the exchange of information between members and to promote the wood recycling industry.
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