Don’t worry, Matthews combustions systems will continue to be backed by the world’s most stringent standards and regulations.
Even though it is still early days and Article 50 has not yet been invoked, we have heard that some people are worried that when the United Kingdom does leave the EU it will mean that British made products will no longer carry the approval or the guarantees of EU standards and regulations.
Let us say, once and for all, that as far as the compliancy and approvals of the design and manufacture of our internationally acclaimed range of waste incinerators, human cremation plant and animal cremation combustions systems are concerned – nothing will change!
At Matthews Environmental Solutions we export our combustions systems to scores of countries all around the world and wherever they are destined they are designed and manufactured to the highest possible standards to comply with the very latest international compliance legislation or to the national environmental, health, ecological and energy regulations of that country’s or customer’s individual compliancy policies.
It is universally recognised that the European regulations are probably the most stringent and most respected controls anywhere in the world and the EU Waste Incinerator Directive (EUWID) along with the EU Industrial Emissions Directive (EUIED) are the acknowledged benchmark for all other continents, countries, industries and authorities.
What we can say with utmost confidence though, is that historically it has been the British combustion systems industry, including the outstanding contributions of Matthews Environmental Solutions and its predecessor companies, that has consistently been the driving force in establishing the majority of the standards around which today’s EU regulations are now based.
As an ISO 9001 (2008) accredited company, our design and manufacturing capabilities, along with the excellence of our customer service tradition, are ranked alongside the best in the world. Our product range of combustion systems technology continues to be backed by the most rigorous and most stringent EU and international quality and compliancy regulations. And we can assure everyone that nothing in this regard will change … whatever the negotiated terms that the Brexit team eventually agree with the rest of Europe.
If you would like to discuss your own company’s future requirements for waste incinerators, human cremation or animal cremation technology then please contact us now. You can call on: +44(0)161 337 4488. You can also email us at: email@example.com or you can always send us an online message using the form that can be found on our Contact Us page.