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The UK’s 100 most ethical companies are being officially revealed today - hotting up the race for corporate social responsibility credibility.

The Ethical Company Organisation (ECO) today announces the next 80 companies invited to apply for official ethical company status. The Ethical Company Organisation independently certifies companies in relation to several key areas including Animals, People and the Environment. An invitation to apply for such accreditation implies a first class ethical record, pending full certification.

The latest Companies invited to apply include: Aga Raeburn, Alliance & Leicester, Asics, Bahlsen, Belling, CafédirectCafedirect, Casio, Chelsea Building Society, CIS Environ Trust, Co-Op Bank, Dell Computers, Dellungo, Derbyshire Building Society, Dyson, Ecotricity, Ecover, Green & Blacks, Lowe Alpine, Percol, Pure, Royal & Sun Alliance, The Body Shop, Triodos Bank and Viridian.

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