“The energy auditor showed us how to adjust the settings to most efficiently run our heating system as well as explained the benefits of low-cost measures such as draught proofing.”
Judith Brown, The Sheldon Hotel, Eastbourne
Tap Into Brighton
Tap Into Brighton is a project delivered by the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC, in partnership with Brighton & Hove City Council and Southern Water. The project aims to encourage various organisations across the city to offer tap water in reusable containers instead of water in plastic bottles. This not only builds on the momentum around reducing plastic waste in the city and beyond but also improves access to tap water and highlights the health benefits of drinking tap water over alternatives.
Tap Into Brighton is informed by the ‘water hierarchy’ model (depicted below) developed by Shelaine Siepel, Managing Director at the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC. Using this model, organisations will receive bespoke support to enable them to climb the hierarchy, with their successes celebrated at each stage.