In its continued commitment to Carbon Net Zero alignment by 2027, Triton Showers has rolled out the
first electric van in its fleet of vehicles.
It is estimated that the electric counterpart will deliver a sizable 73% reduction in carbon emissions
compared to its diesel predecessor, saving 5.78 tonnes tCO 2 e (Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent)
per year.
The new addition marks Triton’s commitment to replacing its entire 27-strong diesel convoy to more
sustainable electric options. This eco-friendly initiative follows the shower manufacturer achieving
Carbon Neutral Certification for the year of 2021 and announcing its aim to reach Carbon Net Zero
alignment by 2027. Once the diesel-to-electric van switchover is complete, it is estimated to save over
156 tCO 2 e annually.
David Tutton, Managing Director at Triton Showers, said: “We know that climate change is
accelerating faster than ever, and the carbon produced from traditional petrol and diesel vehicles is a
big contributor to this.
“As Britain’s largest shower manufacturer, we want to do our part and our goal is to be the most
sustainable shower brand in the UK. That’s why we’re looking at all aspects of our operations. The
transition to electric vehicles will help us lower our carbon footprint, continue our pledge to being
Carbon Net Zero, and ultimately help the environment.”
Sustainability is nothing new to Triton, with its range of electric models, which offer an ‘A’ energy
rating and 96% efficiency, underpinning its ‘cleaner conscience’ campaign. In addition to the roll out of
its electric vans, Triton is also officially carbon neutral. The certification was achieved by working with
the Carbon Trust, following an audit of its 2021 operations – here it demonstrated how it has been a
zero-to-landfill business since 2015, and has radically reduced packaging and revised materials it
uses to pack showers.

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