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E4 awarded Constructionline Gold Membership Certificate

Going for Gold

This year at e4 environmental, we went for the next step which is Gold in our Constructionline membership, where we have previously held a Silver Membership Accreditation. This involved more administration work in the office to achieve this status, but we are proud to have been awarded our certificate. This means we now hold both Silver & Gold memberships with Constructionline.

We are striving to always improve the company and our standards, and this is another step in the right direction. Well done team!

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Constructionline Silver

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Constructionline Gold

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