Useful Tips…

Traveling

  • Check your tyres weekly – By making sure your tyres are within the limits set down by your car manufacturer. You can save as much as 200kg of CO² emissions in a year
  • Take the bus or train – it can be much cheaper and is better for the environment
  • Drive less – walk or ride your bike whenever possible
  • Change your car – If you can change your car to a lower emission car not only is it better for the environment,but you pay less road tax
  • UK holidays reduce trips abroad – Flying is one of the biggest culprits for emitting CO² the uk has some beautiful locations to holiday, with some stunning beaches

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At the office

  • Turn off at the mains – turn all appliances off at the mains instead of leaving them on standby. You could save money on your electricity bills
  • Switch your bulbs – Replace your current bulbs with energy saving bulbs not only due they reduce the CO² emissions ,but they last longer and will save you money on your energy bills
  • Switch to 30 degrees – Most popular detergents work just as well on a 30 degree wash.This will save on energy and water
  • Reduce Heat loss – Reducing heat loss in your workplace will not only save on CO² emissions but will save you money.There are schemes around to help with cost of insulating .Also check for draughts around doors and windows
  • Turn down your thermostat – Turning down the thermostat by as little as 1 degree can save as much as 10% of heat you use

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