Twinplast is committed to producing goods to the highest standards, providing protection and peace of mind to both customers and personnel.
ISO 9001, Certification by ISOQAR (Cert. No 1351 -QMS-001)
Twinplast is driven to deliver continuous improvement and the assurance of conformity and application of applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Our first certification was in August 1997, giving us 19 years of valuable experience
Twinplast is committed to establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving environmental management systems to assure conformity within our stated environmental policy and legal requirements. Our first certification was in August 1997, giving us many years of valuable experience
We produce a unique variation of fire retardant board (HalFRee). Our material is Halogen free, this ground breaking product is minus the fatal toxin present in normal FR board.
ISO 22196:2011 Anti-microbial certification
FIRE RETARDANCY Warrington Certification approved to TS63, Certificate CF-5613
Applies to Twinplast FR” Extruded fluted polypropylene sheet
CERTIFIRE is an independent third-party certification scheme that assures performance, quality, reliability and traceability of fire protection products. Recognised by regulatory authorities worldwide, it is an internationally respected mark of fire safety and one of the most authoritative in the industry.
Paragraph 10 of the Joint Code specifies requirements for ‘Temporary Covering Materials’. Sub-paragraph 10.2 of the Joint Code states “Where flexible materials are used these shall be manufactured in accordance with a quality assurance and certification programme and the manufacturer shall be certified by a third-party approval body accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service. The relevant approval mark shall be printed on the material”.
Operation Clean Sweep - Reducing Plastic Pellet Loss to the Environment
Operation Clean Sweep® is an international initiative from the plastics industry to reduce plastic pellet loss to the environment. In the UK it is led by the British Plastics Federation.
The initiative’s aim is to ensure that the plastic pellets, flakes and powders that pass through manufacturing facilities in the UK, are handled with the care they deserve and do not end up in our rivers or seas.