At Warwick Music Group we are driven by making the joy of music accessible and fun – we want to enable people to experience the joy of making music.
We are aware that by making musical instruments, in turn we make our own impact and try to be conscientious in everything we do. Like you, we care about our kids and know that the decisions we make for them will affect what their future looks like. That’s why we are the first instrument manufacturer to offer only Carbon Neutral musical instruments independently assessed by Carbon Footprint, the UK’s leading validator of green-house gas emissions (GHGs) and carbon emissions (CO2e).
As a team of musicians, parents and teachers, we care very much for the impact we have on our environment as individuals and as a company. And as consumers, just like you, our buying decisions are influenced by how sustainable the products are that we buy for our family.
You can be reassured that Warwick Music Group and all our products – pBone, pBone mini, pTrumpet, pCornet, pTrumpet hyTech, pBuzz and pBugle – are Carbon Neutral – which means the carbon emissions caused by them have been balanced out by funding an equivalent amount of carbon savings elsewhere in the world.
In 2020, Warwick Music Group, manufacturer of pInstruments, became the first instrument manufacturer to achieve carbon neutral status for all its instruments. But the sustainable journey does not stop there. Now in 2021, we’ve made another major commitment becoming the first instrument manufacturer to sign-up to the SME Climate Hub, a pioneering global initiative that aims to create a tipping point for mainstreaming climate action and building business resilience. The SME Climate Hub will support millions of SMEs as they commit to halve greenhouse gas emissions before 2030, and race to net-zero emissions before 2050.
By Warwick Music Group’s CEO, Steven Greenall.
We care most of all about getting children started in music – because music matters – and it’s our desire to help make the journey accessible and fun for everyone!
You might think it strange for a manufacturer of plastic musical instruments to be writing a blog on potential problems!
As the world’s leading manufacturer of plastic trumpets and trombones, we think its important to share these with you before you buy; if a plastic instrument isn’t the right choice for you, you shouldn’t buy one!