Policies

Environmental Policy

Environmental Management System

City Plumbing Supplies, trading as The Bathroom Showroom, are fully committed to protecting the environment and are continually looking for new ways to improve the environmental performance of all our trading activities included within the scope of registration. Please follow the links for further information on our policy and registration certificate:

 

Environmental Policy 2019


ISO14001 Certificate

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive

The WEEE Directive came into force on 1 July 2007.

 

Under the legislation electrical products must be marked with a crossed out wheelie bin symbol, in order to help consumers identify that the product must not be disposed of with household waste, but instead should be taken to a WEEE collection point for recycling.

 

CPS has joined together with other UK Retailers to establish a national fund - the Distributor Take-back Scheme.

 

The Distributor Take-back Scheme provides funding to Local Council Civic Amenity Sites, enabling them to receive electrical waste from consumers and arrange for it to be recycled. As CPS is a member of this scheme, we do not offer a WEEE take-back service in our stores.

 

To locate your nearest WEEE collection point, go to www.recycle-more.co.uk.

 

Single use carrier bags

All monies raised from the sale of carrier bags through City Plumbing Supplies and CHS are donated to our nominated charity Teenage Cancer Trust.

 

The latest carrier bag records, 7th April 2019 - 6th April 2020 for Wales, Scotland and England are as follows:

 

The Single Use Carrier Bags Charge (Wales Regulations 2010)

Number of chargeable bags supplied: 716

 

Total amount received from the sale of chargeable carrier bags: £35.80

 

VAT: £7.16

 

Net proceeds of the charge: £28.64

 

The Single Use Carrier Bag Charge (Scotland) Regulations 2014

Number of chargeable bags supplied - 7,311

 

Total amount received from the sale of chargeable bags: £365.55

 

VAT: £73.11

 

Net proceeds of the charge: £21.72