What does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mean to us at Worcester Bosch? CSR encompasses all the practices put in place by us in order to uphold the principles of sustainable development.

Worcester Bosch CSR

 For us, this means at the core of our activities we need to not only be economically viable but also have a positive impact on society, and respect and preserve the environment.

Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. At Worcester Bosch we strive to protect our planet for future generations, in the products we manufacture, the way we package and distribute them, and through the processes we use at our manufacturing plants. By acting in an economically, environmentally and socially responsible manner, we want to improve people’s quality of life and safeguard the livelihoods of present and future generations. 

This is backed up by our purpose ‘Warming Lives and Protecting our Future’ which runs through our entire business and we hope that you will see evidence of that by looking through our CSR hub.

We are part of the Bosch Group. To find out more about sustainability at Bosch please visit their sustainability pages.

Warming Lives Logo
Worcester Bosch charity Mudrun


During the last 6 years our caring team of employees have raised over £100,000 for national and local charities.

Worcester Bosch Community


At Worcester Bosch our dedication to quality and continuous improvement extends far beyond our products and services. As part of the Bosch Group, we are committed to supporting the local and wider community in the UK along with acting responsibly towards the environment.

Air handling unit

Building and Operations

We are constantly striving to reduce our carbon footprint and fuel usage across our premises, recently introducing a brand new air handling unit at our HQ in Worcester.

Greenstar 8000 and 2000


Every single product we manufacture has been designed to perform at its highest efficiency and we are always working with the future in mind.



We know the value of education and educational support, and have a number of schemes to encourage development of people of all ages.

Environment 2050 competition

Environment 2050

Since 2000 we have been holding a children’s art competition with the theme ‘The environment and home’. With 4 different age categories and prizes for the winners, we have had some absolutely fantastic submissions – a selection of which can be found here along with the new criteria and entry process.