Company Graf UK

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Specialist for eco-friendly products to build factory in Herbolzheim, Baden-Württemberg

Graf has been developing solutions for the sustainable use of water resources for more than 50 years. Thanks to state-of-the-art production facilities, the plastic products are produced in an energy-efficient way, using high-quality recycled raw materials.

The Graf Group, Teningen, is taking over the company Sotralentz in Skierniewice, Poland. The company will operate under the name Graf Polska. 

In recent years, Graf has continuously expanded its activities in the Asia region. The large area of Asia is one of the most rapidly growing regions, with a sustained demand for products that help utilise wastewater, infiltration and rainwater. 

In line with rapid company growth and further plans for expansion, leading European water management specialist GRAF UK has upsized its UK headquarters in Oxfordshire.

We're proud to announce that GRAF UK has been named a winner in the first ever Waterwise UK Water Efficiency Product Awards, with our market-leading Platin rainwater harvesting package.

With the 2016 industry awards season in full swing, it's been a busy time for us here at GRAF UK.

After experiencing considerable growth, water management specialist Graf UK has expanded its operations to Ireland – and is now providing its full range of market-leading stormwater management, rainwater harvesting and wastewater treatment solutions to projects across the country.

Graf has had a representation in Australasia ever since it acquired its Australian subsidiary over seven years ago. The European market leader in rainwater harvesting is now acknowledging the positive developments made during this time by investing in its own on-site production facility.

GRAF has achieved another milestone as its energy management system is certified in accordance with DIN ISO 50001. The certificate is valid for three years and is subject to an annual review.

As the European market leader in rainwater harvesting, GRAF has set itself the job of undertaking pioneering work around the globe. Things that we take for granted are unimaginable in many parts of the world where it is not uncommon for entire villages to have no access to fresh water.

The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, under the patronage of the Federal Minister of Economics and Technology Philipp Rösler, nominated more than 300 companies for the ZIM 2013 innovation award.