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Expansion plans for cleaner air company

Date 24 Oct 2007
Author The Editor

An environmentally friendly firm which provides businesses with the technology to save costs and protect the planet has doubled its turnover in the last two years. Durham based CLS Dual Fuel Limited is set to double its turnover again in the next twelve months with a major expansion planned.

The firm's success is forcing it to move from its current site in Bearpark to a new purpose built site in Meadowfield. There are plans to create ten new jobs over the next 12 months, increasing the company's workforce from 12 to 22 staff.

CLS Dual Fuel Ltd specialises in vehicle LPG gas conversions to help companies become environmentally friendly. The new 6,500 square ft premises will incorporate the latest energy efficient technology including a Solar PV Array to showcase the technology produced by CLS Dual Fuel's sister company Cleaner Air Solutions Ltd.

Gary Bowden, the firm's managing director said: "Our company is going from strength to strength despite this industry being seen as high risk and non viable a few years ago. We need a bigger site and purpose built premises to cope with our expanding business operations.

The companies were formed by managing director Gary Bowden (CLS Dual Fuel was established in 2000 and Cleaner Air Solutions in 2004) who had the foresight to set up a firm which would help other businesses be more environmentally friendly.

Gary said: "Thousands of homeowners and businesses in the UK benefit from lower energy bills by harnessing the power of solar energy through our solar PV panels and wind turbine generators. "By using clean, renewable and environmentally friendly sources of energy, we can reduce fuel bills and reduce the emissions of harmful pollutants which will help in the fight against climate change, will benefit the environment and will help future generations."

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