ECOLOGICAL awareness


Our Environmental Policy

Take Charge Eco Ltd we are committed to working in a sustainable way and reducing our Carbon Footprint. We continually strive to ensure our business practices are sustainable and have minimal impact on the environment and our local surroundings. Take Charge believes that the rapid transition to electric mobility is essential to building a sustainable future for all. our mission to enable the movement of all people and goods on electricity. From passenger cars and city buses to heavy-duty lorries and delivery vans, we charge it all. By providing an effortless charging experience for companies, fleets and drivers, we are creating a new fuelling model that is good for the planet, good for society and good for business. carbon footprint

Things you can do to help

We are working to more eco-friendly world, but we need your help. We can all reduce our impact on the environment by making choices.

Conserve Energy

Reduce energy by switching off lights and closing windows if the heating is on. The Energy Saving Trust provides information on what you can do at home.

Give The Car A Rest

Leave the car behind, if only for a day. Walk, cycle or use public transport. We will happily provide you with advice.

Shop Local

Use local products, they give you a flavour of the area and help support local communities. We are fortunate to have some fantastic producers of food, drink and arts and crafts. Ask us about local markets or local and regional produce.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Try to avoid overly packaged goods and say no to that extra carrier bag. You can also support us in our efforts to recycle – we now have recycling bins available for guests, please ask staff for more details.

Be Water Wise

The UK has rising costs for water treatment and flood defence so please use water wisely. Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth and adhere to towel policies or other water saving initiatives

Respect Nature

Help us to look after the landscape and wildlife by not littering, guarding against fire and using footpaths and cycle-ways responsibly. Ensure you follow the Countryside Code