Waste Reuse & Recycling Projects

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00August 25, 2008|Energy Resource Efficiency|

Everyone produces waste – no matter how careful we try to be, we all generate a certain amount of it every day – but fortunately there are now more recycling projects than ever to help reduce the impact it has on the environment. With many councils running schemes to encourage [...]

Rain Water Harvesting Campaign

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00August 25, 2008|Energy Resource Efficiency|

Climate change predictions suggest Britain will increasingly see periods of both drought and flooding in the future and while better drainage provides the answer to too much rain, rain water harvesting could offer the solution to too little. It is an idea which has much to recommend it, both practically [...]

Grey Water Recycling Systems

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00August 25, 2008|Energy Resource Efficiency|

With greater extremes in our weather patterns predicted as a result of climate change and Britain’s annual water demand already growing, the prospect of sporadic water shortages in the future looks increasingly likely and interest is growing in all forms of water recycling systems. Rain water harvesting is one solution [...]

Reducing Carbon Emissions

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00August 25, 2008|Energy Resource Efficiency|

With electricity, heating and transport responsible for the bulk of every household’s carbon footprint, there’s an obvious link between energy saving and carbon emissions. We all know we should be trying to address our collective carbon costs – but what’s the best way to start? Fortunately, there are plenty of [...]

Reducing Community Food Miles

By |2021-05-25T20:49:44+00:00August 21, 2008|Energy Resource Efficiency|

While discussions about saving energy tend to focus on ways to reduce our individual domestic consumption, there are other ways to save energy which can be very effective, particularly if they’re part of a community effort. The idea of “food miles” has become increasingly popular as a way of addressing [...]

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