25 February 2022
Specialist technology supplier Eco Repair Systems is pleased to announce a partnership with ECA Business Energy.
Through the agreement, both organisations are committing to recommend the complementary services of the other in supporting repair business with professional consultancy, advice and top-quality equipment to help them succeed in the rapidly-changing vehicle repair environment.
Eco brings a wealth of experience for the supply of specialist equipment for non-structural repairs of steel, aluminium and plastic vehicle components. This is backed up by top-quality training to ensure repairers maximise the use of the technology and see a rapid return on their investment.
ECA has 35 years’ energy and carbon consultancy experience across all sectors. Working with 450 repairers, the organisation has delivered more than £4 million in savings via its energy procurement, bill validation, energy reduction and compliance services. In addition, more than 80 repairers have now committed to becoming carbon neutral in partnership with ECA.
Trevor Ferris, managing director of Eco Repair Systems, said: “We are excited to have agreed this partnership. Our ecological repair technology perfectly supports ECA’s efforts to helping businesses become carbon neutral in accordance with PAS2060.
“We believe our combined expertise and experience will be an attractive proposition for repairers who take their carbon neutral and ultimately net zero strategy seriously and who want a quality service from trusted, professional suppliers.
“They know we will be there to assist at every stage of their journey to carbon neutral. What’s more, they can be sure we helping them gain the maximum business benefits from their commitment.”
“From our point of view, it’s a simple but attractive propospition for any repair business. We can help you repair more and replace less. Not only is this what more and more work providers and customers now demand; it will also shrink your carbon footprint, reduce your operating expenses and boost your profitability.”
Steve Silverwood, managing director of ECA Business Energy, said: “Engaging in sustainable practices creates numerous benefits for repair businesses. It also helps to future-proof your organisation against ever-tighter regulations. And of course attract new customers.
“Bodyshops can produce a lot of waste from car parts and consumables, but as part of any carbon reduction plan it will be vital to repair and reuse wherever possible.
“Along with our colleagues at Eco, we are excited to assist more repairers in implementing and developing a their own carbon reduction plan. We look forward to working with more businesses during 2022 to assist them with improving productivity and reducing costs by acting on energy and carbon efficiency.
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Press release issued on behalf of Eco Repair Systems by James Luckhurst (email@example.com, 07770 608153).