As part of the global Saint-Gobain Building Distribution business we recognise our potential impact on the world around us, and welcome our responsibility to operate in a way that is environmentally and socially responsible.
Successful sustainable development involves balancing the social, economic and environmental considerations of any decision. These factors are also known as the three pillars of sustainability.
“Saint-Gobain’s strategic positioning in the habitat and construction markets means we must be irreproachable when it comes to environmental issues and sustainable development.”
Pierre-André de Chalendar, CEO Saint-Gobain Group
We are dedicated to achieving a more sustainable future by improving our performance in these three key areas. Our aim is to become a more sustainable building materials supplier, something we are constantly striving to achieve.
Calders & Grandidge is the UK's leading manufacturer of timber utility poles for the communications and power industries, and sources 100% of our timber products from sustainably managed forests. Our telegraph and transmission poles are manufactured and certified in accordance with EN14229.