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TOMORROW’S CLEANING FEBRUARY 10
Pay less tax
with Nilfisk
The Supplies House further
expand service base
The Supplies House are delighted to announce
The Government is encouraging the use of Qualifying machines are listed, by model, on
the opening of their new office in Preston
green technology by setting up tax incentive the Water Technology List (WTL) and the
Lancs. The new office provides key account
schemes for companies who purchase manufacturers entitled to use the WTL logo
support for contract cleaning companies all
qualifying equipment. where appropriate.
over the midlands and north of England. It
The initiative encourages the use of
houses account management and support staff.
All Companies, irrespective of size or industry
environmentally friendly cleaning machines
segment can claim. Claims can only be
The office operates in conjunction with the
and in particular water efficient scrubber
made on investments in new and unused plant
recently opened Derby distribution centre, and
dryers. In short it encourages businesses to
and machinery.
builds on the increasing demand from
invest in water saving technology.
customers wanting the high quality, rapid and
Manufacturers Nilfisk have been working with
The Nilfisk group have the greatest amount of
cost competitive service that they are already
ICCMA and DEFRA to define the scheme.
water efficient Scrubber Driers approved on
receiving in the south of the country.
the Water Technology List. A total of 49 Nilfisk
The ECA scheme (enhanced capital allowance)
The Preston office is a further step in the
models are now certified and listed on the ECA
allows businesses to claim the whole cost of
planned expansion of the
WTL website:
the qualifying equipment against corporation
overall janitorial supplies
tax in the first year.
service and support throughout
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the UK by The Supplies House.
For larger Companies this allows them to save
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28% in the form of a tax allowance. www.nilfisk.co.uk
Tennant customers benefit
through DEFRA scheme
Tennant UK is now able to offer its customers Tennant customers are now able to write off the cost efficiency. Now, more than ever,
the opportunity to further boost their cash whole cost of their investment against their companies are having to tightly manage their
flow, reduce water use and reduce water bills taxable profits of the period during which they budgets, and to have the opportunity to help
through the DEFRA (Department of make the investment rather than spreading it improve our customer’s cash flow whilst
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) over up to 12 years. The scheme covers all maintaining their environmental commitment is
Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme for Tennant pedestrian FaST and ec-H20 machines a positive step forward for everyone.”
Water Efficient Technologies. purchased since September 2009 and
www.tennantco.com
The scheme enables Tennant customers in
highlights another achievement in Tennant’s
contract cleaning, facilities management, food
commitment to sustainable cleaning.
and drink, retail, warehousing and logistics, Nick Meredith, General Manager UK and
healthcare, engineering and manufacturing Ireland, comments: “We are delighted to be
among many other industries to claim 100% awarded the DEFRA Capital Allowance Scheme
first year capital allowance on investments in for Water Efficient Technologies and see this as
technologies and products that encourage another important step in partnering with our
sustainable water use. customers to achieve sustainable cleaning and
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