Ulster Wildlife welcomed CTS Projects as a Silver Level Corporate Member at a certificate presentation held at the company’s Warrenpoint headquarters on Thursday 21st January.
As a corporate partner, CTS Projects will play their part in helping Ulster Wildlife protect the environment from over development and biodiversity loss through staff volunteering days, sponsorship and education projects.
CTS specialises in heating systems and energy efficient solutions for homes, including a full range of heating responses, repair and maintenance services for housing associations and private properties across Northern Ireland.
Managing Director Connaire McGreevy said: “We are looking forward to working closely with Ulster Wildlife and hope to make a meaningful contribution to their work in nature conservation. We look forward to sitting down with them and planning a strategy for the coming year.
“Our business has experienced rapid growth in the last couple of years, in no small part as a result of having made a concentrated decision to advance our credentials in the energy efficiency and renewables sector.
“As a company we adhere to the principles of sustainable business and strive to have a positive impact on our local environment. We are continually innovating and adapting to best match our business needs to those of the external environment.”
Ken Brundle, Vice Chairman of Ulster Wildlife added: “We are delighted to welcome CTS Projects on board as a Silver Level Corporate Member of Ulster Wildlife. We truly value the support of businesses, such as CTS Projects, that share our passion for Northern Ireland’s wildlife and who are to keen to make a positive impact on the local environment.”
“The support we receive from corporate members is vital in our work to protect endangered species, manage nature reserves as havens for wildlife, and inspire everyone to care about nature on their doorstep. We hope other businesses will follow CTS Projects lead and help us do even more for the benefit of local people and wildlife.”