Green-tech is the UKs largest landscaping supplier. The business provides professional grade landscaping materials and wholesale garden supplies for landscape contractors, architects, designers and landowners.
Green-tech stocks over 16,000 landscape essentials and whether your project includes maintenance of a public open space, tree planting in a woodland, creating an urban landscape or planting a biodiverse wildflower meadow, the company has a range of products to suit.
Founded in 1994 by Richard and Rachel Kay with nothing but bags of ideas, energy and determination, Green-tech has grown steadily and surely and today is the leading supplier of landscape products and consumables, employing more than 80 people.
Sited on its own purpose built business park, with large offices, extensive warehousing and distribution facilities in North Yorkshire, Green-tech is the proud winner of many industry awards. On 4th March 2021 Green-tech was acquired by Origin Enterprises, an Agri-services group.
The passion, drive and commitment that founded Green-tech is still very much evident today and runs through the whole company. The business is known as the company with the ‘can do’ attitude and it remains true to its mantra – ‘Supplying what you need. When you need it. First time. Every time.’
The team has the ‘ISO-factor’ achieving ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation consistently since 2011. Customers of Green-tech can be confident that they are dealing with a reliable business partner, delivering high quality products and an excellent level of service in a controlled and consistent manner.
The widely recognised ISO 9001 is designed to improve internal processes and operational systems, resulting in increased efficiency within the business. ISO 14001 provides the framework for an environmental management system, a subject that is close to Green-tech’s heart. Green-tech strives to source products that are manufactured from sustainable sources, recyclable or offer green benefits.
Every year, the business is reviewed by ISO (The International Organisation for Standardisation) to ensure procedures are up-to-date, under continuous review and performing at the required level to remain accredited by ISO.