Staff donate toys to Children of Ukraine campaign

Our generous team has donated toys to a charity pre-loved sale in aid of St Mary’s Church in Chedzoy and the Unicef Children of Ukraine Campaign at Chedzoy Village Hall this Saturday (March 25) from 10.30am-4.30pm.

Staff rally together

Jane Bentley, our Company Secretary, said: “When we heard about the pre-loved toy sale in aid of the children of Ukraine, we knew our generous staff could rally together and help out.

Generous donations

“Many of them have children of their own, so had lots of spare or no longer needed toys, games and soft toys they were happy to donate to the cause and we have managed to collect a fantastic amount. We are extremely proud of everyone who has taken part and donated so generously.

“We hope lots of people go along to the sale to help raise money for the church’s fantastic fundraiser.”

Refreshments will be available to purchase on the day in aid of Chedzoy Playing Field.

We’ve launched our new energy & planet-saving Jenergie filter

Our Jenergie range of synthetic bag filters offer unparalleled energy ratings, with pressure drop and filtration efficiency, providing cost savings and environmental benefits too.

Unparalleled energy saving

Jason Day, our LEV Division Manager, says: “Our new Jenergie range, which offers unparalleled energy saving benefits, will be launched this week (February 14-16) at Filtech, the world’s largest filtration show, in Germany. To coincide with this, we’ve also released a series of video guides on the range on our website to help customers find out all about our new filters.

“We’re committed to continuous environmental improvement and have a team in Somerset devoted to developing innovative new products. Our objective is to progressively introduce measures that optimise energy efficiency gains and prevent pollution and, in so doing, reduce the environmental impact of the industries we serve. This is where Jenergie comes in.

Reducing energy bills

“Currently, all businesses are looking at cost savings and reducing their energy bills. Companies, particularly in commercial, retail and office environments, and catering and hospitality sectors, all need to have air filters and filtration systems in place to maintain good air hygiene.

“They’re essential in providing clean air for people to breathe and for reducing the transmission of airborne viruses like Covid, thus protecting both their workforces and their customers. Also in some work environments, it’s a legal requirement to have filters in place.

Healthy working environments

“Legislation and media attention have combined to make company owners increasingly aware of their responsibilities for maintaining healthy, safe working environments for their employees and customers.
“It’s known that poor quality air within mechanically ventilated buildings, negatively impacts on health, causing symptoms such as tiredness, lethargy, headaches, skin complaints and eye irritation. This can lead to poor staff productivity and increase sick days.

Our in-house lab

“Building owners and managers need to adhere to BS EN 13779: 2007 IAQ standards and have a clear duty to make sure they have appropriate measures in place and they’ve assessed risks that may be present in their ventilation systems that could impact on their employees’ health and lead to fires in ‘high-risk’ extract systems, such as cooking canopy extractors.

“Filtration systems require electricity to work and there are cost implications. In our inhouse lab in Bridgwater, we’ve been working hard to develop our new innovative Jenergie range of air filters that specifically meet our customers’ demands to help reduce their energy costs.

Reduce energy costs by up to 80%

“With our help, a firm installing new air filters and managing filter systems can reduce their energy costs by up to 80%. Businesses often don’t realise that running old systems is inefficient and by installing new filters, they can improve efficiency, do a better job of filtering the air and save on running costs. We offer a free energy saving survey to firms who would like to find out how they can save money on their filters, while ensuring they are fully compliant and their teams and customers are kept safe.
“Our new Jenergie range of products are first-class energy saving filters that help reduce electricity consumption, save money, control pollution and, in the long run, the cost to the planet and future generations.”

In-house expertise

As one of the UK’s largest air filter manufacturers, we provide a complete range of quality, standard and bespoke, air filters and systems, and all our products are made in Britain.

These include air purifiers, air filters, panel filters, washables, kitchen canopy grease filters, and HEPA filters.

Jason adds: “We’re also specialists in the field of water hygiene – providing a range of treatment solutions and services for commercial systems, and we’re committed to continuous environmental improvement. Our in-house expertise as air filter manufacturers puts us at the forefront of innovation in the commercial air hygiene and water treatment industry.”

How to buy

Our products can be purchased direct from us via our online one-stop-shop.

Get a free survey

To book a free energy saving survey, please get in touch.


Puriton pupils earn Golden Leaf Awards thanks to us


Pupils at Puriton Primary School have received book vouchers for their good behaviour thanks to sponsorship from us.

We are funding the £10 book vouchers for the pupils as part of the school’s end of term Golden Leaf Awards for good behaviour and a positive approach to learning at school.

Working with FOPPS

The Golden Leaf Awards are presented by the charity Friends of Puriton Primary School (FOPPS) to pupils for their good behaviour and, in our bid to do our bit in the community, we are working with the charity and helping to fund these awards, as we feel it’s extremely important for the children.

We recently attended an assembly where they were presented with their book vouchers and certificates and were thoroughly impressed with how well-behaved and enthusiastic everyone was.

The children are encouraged to buy books with their vouchers as this links with the school’s vision to promote a life-long love of reading for all pupils.

Puriton Primary School

Puriton Primary School is situated in the village of Puriton, three miles north of Bridgwater. The school has approximately 200 pupils aged between four and 11.

Following the ‘Golden Rules’

Katie Williams, Head Teacher at Puriton Primary School, said: “Congratulations to our Golden Leaf Award winners for this term! They have consistently followed the ‘Golden Rules’ and been fantastic role models to their peers.

“We’d also like to say thank you again to Jasun Envirocare for their support and donations of a £10 book voucher for each of our winners.”