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Osmo amongst most ethical for 2017

  • 14 Feb 2018

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Osmo UK has been listed as one of the Most Ethical Brands of 2017 by The Good Shopping Guide.

The eco-friendly wood and finishes expert has enjoyed 11 years of Ethical Accreditation, showcasing dedication to its green policies and social responsibilities.

The Most Ethical Brands are companies who follow research of the Ethical Company Organisation, whilst the Good Shopping Guide endeavours to assist people in making informed decisions about which brands are best for the environment.

It advocates equality, justice and sustainable development by encouraging people to transform trading structures and practices to favour an ethical economy based on justice and fairness.

Steve Grimwood, Managing Director of Osmo UK, said the company was ‘absolutely delighted’ at receiving the Ethical Accreditation.

“This acclaimed title highlights our approach to our customers, colleagues, and the environment, of which we are immensely proud,” he said.

For more information about The Ethical Company Organisation, visit www.ethical-company-organisation.org

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