Entrance Control setting sustainable security standards

Sustainability isn’t just a passing trend for our team at Entrance Control. Up to 99 per cent of the materials used in our speedgates are recyclable and the gates are manufactured within a facility that is 50 per cent powered by solar panels on its roof.

Our deep commitment to sustainability keeps our ecological footprint as light as possible during the production and operation of all Entrance Control products and we’re always searching for ways to increase our use of renewable sources of energy.

General Manager Michael Bystram said Entrance Control’s approach to security was about more than just cutting-edge technology – it was about making a positive impact on the planet.

“At Entrance Control sustainability isn’t just a checkbox; it’s embedded in our DNA.
We believe in setting a standard where security solutions align seamlessly with environmental responsibility and that’s why we’re pioneering a sustainable path for the security industry.”

A preference for suppliers located close to our European factory means Entrance Control’s supply chain, and its corresponding carbon footprint, is kept to a minimum. Our popular EasyGate range is designed with energy efficiency in mind, consuming less electricity in comparison to other speedgates on the market.