Triton receives King’s Award for Enterprise

Triton receives King's Award for Enterprise

Triton Showers has been honored with a King’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its outstanding commitment to sustainable development, which places sustainability at the heart of its long-term business strategy and zero ambition.

First established in 1965, the King’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the UK’s most prestigious corporate awards, celebrating the success of exciting and innovative organizations that are leading the way.

This year, Triton is one of only 29 selected organizations to be recognized nationally for their contribution to sustainable development, with other businesses recognized and awarded in the categories of International Trade, Innovation and Promoting Opportunity (through Social Mobility).

Triton, which has been part of Norcros PLC since 1987, is a well-known British manufacturer and market leader in the electric shower sector. In 2019, the company reset its vision, values ​​and corporate ethos. This included setting ambitious targets to reduce its carbon footprint and environmental impact, while integrating sustainability at all levels of the business – from top to bottom.

David Tutton, Managing Director of Triton, commented: “Given our market-leading position, we believe it is our responsibility to champion the water, energy and carbon saving benefits of showering at every opportunity. We are therefore delighted to receive the King’s Award for Excellence in Sustainable Development, which is testament to hard work What each individual within our organization does contributes to bringing about change.

“Going forward, we are committed to achieving an ambitious ‘net zero by 2035’ target, with a near-term alignment target by 2028. There is much more to do but we are driving communication and making strong progress, making the recognition we have received from the King’s Award for Enterprise an Very special.”

Now in its 58th year, the King’s Awards for Enterprise, previously known as the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, will be renamed in 2023 to reflect His Majesty’s desire to continue the legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by recognizing outstanding British businesses. These awards are the second of the King’s Awards for Institutions, after changing the name last year.

For more information on how Triton is moving the dial towards sustainability, visit, and for more details on the application process for the King’s Awards for Enterprise 2025, which opened on the anniversary of His Majesty’s Coronation , 6 May, visit:

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