Ecological cleaning manufacturer, Delphis Eco, has been honoured for the first time with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development.
The award follows a highly successful year for the business while launching products into new retailers and with new products in development for imminent release.
Announced today (21 April), Delphis Eco has been lauded for its excellence in sustainable development. Incredibly, this is over and above the two Royal Warrants Delphis Eco holds from HM The Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales. Created out of the need to provide a solution to cleaning that wouldn’t harshly impact the environment, Delphis Eco is one of 226 organisations nationwide recognised with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, and one of only 31 to be awarded for Sustainable Development.
The Delphis Eco team has produced an award-winning, ecological cleaning range made from renewable, plant-based ingredients, providing products free from toxins, fumes and chemicals to the market. With over a decade of experience under its belt, the brand is valued as an industry innovator, loved by professionals for being effective and approved by the planet for its practices.
Commenting on the prestigious accolade, Mark Jankovich, CEO of Delphis Eco said: “We are honoured to have received this prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for our outstanding achievements in Sustainable Development, and I’m really proud of our team, all of whom are continually looking for ways to increase our sustainability efforts. Winning the highest UK official award for business is a recognition of Delphis Eco’s authority within environmental conservation, and it acknowledges our achievements not just of reducing our scope 1,2, and 3 emissions, but inspiring others to reduce theirs too. This award cements our ambition to continually strive to do more for society and the planet.”
Now in its 56th year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the country, with winning businesses able to use the esteemed Queen’s Awards Emblem for the next five years.