The GM8 Group Mission
Our environment is incredibly important to us. We believe that smarter living and working can save you money as well as help to protect our planet. The GM8 Group brings together a variety of brands and products that bring this belief to life. We do this by providing costs effective solutions that give you the opportunity to reduce your impact on the environment and consumption of finite natural resources.
Part of our role is to design, manufacture and promote our own products that support our mission. Plus, we proactively source items and contacts who complement and add value to our range.
Smarter living and working is something that everyone can enjoy, helping to create a sustainable environment for the future. We hope that our expanding product range will encourage more people to embrace sustainable living.
Our ‘Green’ Credentials
Gutter Mate – now part of the GM8 Group – promotes the revolutionary Gutter Mate Rainwater Diverter and Filter. It is the proud winner of the following awards:
Environmental Business Award (2011)
Green Apple Environment Award (2012)
Government’s Water Technology List
The Government’s Water Technology List (WTL) promotes products that encourage sustainable water use. Our Gutter Mate Rainwater Diverter & Filter is approved by the Water Technology List. it is also recommended by WHICH?.
In addition, our office and distribution centre in Hertfordshire uses facilities and processes that enable us to be as environmentally-friendly as possible.
Gardeners across the UK are getting ready for National Gardening Week, (30 April – 6 May). This annual celebration of all aspects of gardening was started by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) in 2011. This year, the theme is Passion for Plants.READ MORE
In 2012 the Soil Association founded Organic September to bring worldwide attention to organic living and its benefits. This awareness month highlights what people can do to live more sustainably and reduce their carbon footprint. As more of us try to make positive changes and become more mindful of our waste, there may be more […]READ MORE
If you are on a water meter, collecting rainwater can reduce your monthly bills during the peak summer season when gardens need water most.
As much as 50% of waste in the average dustbin could be composted.
We generate 21.5 million tons of food waste each year. If we composted that food, it would reduce the same amount of greenhouse gas as taking 2 million cars off the road.