Going Green

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Going Green 

Small steps, big change.

We, as Instinct, have a responsibility to the environment. Our aim is to have 100% recycled packaging and continue to work with industry bodies to help customers use their water more efficiently, therefore reducing energy bills and ultimately carbon emissions.

Where required our Instinct products are individually and legally tested to ensure compliance with CE and UKCA Marking. This not only covers material quality but also lifecycle, product impact testing, water integrity and traceability of manufacture.

When it comes to the paper used in the production of our brochures or the wood used in our Wall Panels and Furniture,
we have sourced as many products as possible with an FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) label or PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) accreditation. The FSC® label guarantees that the product originated from managed forests, recycled paper or a combination of both. Products carrying the FSC® label are independently certified to assure that they come from forests that are managed to meet the social, economic and ecological needs of present and future generations.

As a brand, Instinct is committed to protecting the environment and is constantly exploring ways it can improve on this.


Save Water. Save Energy. Save Money.

Did you know using water more efficiently can reduce your energy bills?
Heating hot water accounts for 25% of home energy usage. Using water efficiently can reduce your energy bills.

Instinct recognises our responsibility, and the role we play,
in educating the end user to make an informed choice, when selecting water and energy using bathroom products. To aid our consumers, Instinct has joined the Unified Water Label. The aim of the Unified Water Label for consumers is an easy to identify and simple to understand label detailing water consumption to allow for an informed choice

We also believe design and engineering can play their part. At Instinct, our aim is to promote the use of smart technology for products that deliver on performance whilst providing consumers with sustainable products.

For further information on the Unified Water Label please visit www.uwla.eu