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Mike Radlett, Carville Switchgear, Burgess Hill
By Johanne Kloster, CPH Business Academy A study conducted by the UN in 2011 shows that one third of the world’s food goes to waste! This has devastating implications for the environment, since rotting food in landfills produces methane, one of the greenhouse gases contributing heavily to global warming. 1 tonne of methane is […]
The Sustainable Business Partnership CIC welcomed delegates to Brighton on 16th November for an Energy Saving Workshop. These half-day workshops are interactive sessions in which organisations produce bespoke action plans tailored to their particular needs. The group outlined their energy saving objectives. Some were specific, such as dealing with ineffective night storage heating, while others […]
By Sophia Lacey Many people don’t realise that recycling can cost half the price of disposing general waste. This is because the items you recycle are worth money when a waste broker sells them on to be made into new items, which also negates the costs of new resources being taken out of the environment. […]
From biomass boilers to bat boxes, businesses across the Gatwick Diamond are incorporating environmental best practice into their day-to-day operations.
Brighton & Hove third sector organisations gathered to learn more about increasing energy efficiency in their businesses.
Welcome to May’s Network Update. This month: Local & Sustainable Construction Exhibition; Business Growth Grants; Eco-B&B Case Study Visit; Tendering Masterclass; NASA video; Investors in the Environment; It’s not just community energy…
Welcome to March’s money focussed Network Update. This month: Innovation, exporting and investment events; CRC to be scrapped; Water charges; Les routes pv solaires; Balcombe crowd-funding; Trading standards guidance; RHI consultation… and more!
Barney the storm didn’t put of 50 delegates joining us for a behind-the-scenes tour of Wakehurst Place and the Millennium Seed Bank to find out about the energy efficiency and environmental initiatives they have implemented.
The popular series of Sustainable Business Breakfasts continued this October morning in Uckfield, with Duncan Baker-Brown from BBM Sustainable Design and Steven Green from Ringmer College speaking about sustainable buildings.
This month: R&D tax credits; Autumn events programme; Arundel Museum case study; CCL changes; Grant schemes; What’s warming the world?