McMillan Visits Local Business Enviromax on Summer Tour.

Stuart McMillan MSP has visited a local chemical supplier company Enviromax at Lynedoch Industrial Estate as part of his annual summer tour. The MSP undertakes a tour to engage with constituents and organisations and hear from them what issues are affecting them.

Speaking Mr McMillan said,

“On Tuesday, I visited Enviromax Ltd in Greenock and had the opportunity to discuss their range of products which help lower the energy bills of its customers. Their key product Umax is designed to be added to water in commercial or domestic heating systems to improve efficiency and reduce energy bills by at least 10%. As well as off-setting costs, it also helps reduce CO² emissions.

“We all have a part to play – government, communities, businesses and individuals. The Scottish Government remains committed to driving this agenda forward and tackling fuel poverty in our communities. The SNP Government is keen to encourage homes, businesses and schools to take greener measures where they can to save money in energy costs and reduce carbon emissions.

“I have kept in close contact with the company for some years and have managed to assist them with various issues. As a small business whose have large ambitions, I am more than happy to assist them as I know this will have a positive effect on the Inverclyde economy.”

Ian Deeney, owner of Envirmomax, commented on the visit:

“As always, it was a pleasure to have Stuart visit Enviromax. Since the company was formed by my Dad in 2011, there have been many obstacles to overcome. However, both of them shared the same vision to see a local Inverclyde company grow, with the main target to create further employment opportunities. This is something we hope to carry on with, knowing that the advice and assistance received from Stuart has helped us along the way.”


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