Have a low-carbon Christmas

Zero Waste Scotland have crated some handy, no-cost tips that could help you save energy over the festive period.


 

Keep your energy bills in check over the festive period

Energy bills can be a pain in the wallet at any time, but this year, with prices rising sharply, there is more reason than usual to check that everything is switched off over the Christmas break when no-one is around, or if your staff are again working from home.

The good news is that by scheduling in a little time to do some final checks around your premises before you leave, you can relax in the knowledge that you’re not wasting energy or money. Result – straight on to Santa’s good list.

The latest blog shares five key things you can do to save energy and money if you’re closing over the festive period. Plus, download their handy checklist – perfect for those last-minute checks.



 
Is a heat pump right for you?

Free webinar: 24 February, 12:00 - 12:45


There are big cost and carbon savings, plus productivity benefits, to be had by retiring old heating systems before they finally cough and splutter to a costly end. Grab your space at this webinar and you will:

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You can also read a written a free guide that will help decide if a heat pump is for you - and lead you through the process of buying a heat pump.

 
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Free webinar: 26 January, 15:00 - 16:15

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