After months of planning and redevelopment, Reduce The Use has a new website to help it move into the 21st century and continue to bring businesses into a greener way of thinking.
We have rewritten, redesigned and rejiggered the entire site to make sure that you will be able to find the information you are looking for fast, and that it is presented in a more aesthetically pleasing way.
A site of this size has its challenges, and with only two of us at the helm of this behemoth you will undoubtedly come across various formatting errors and information which needs updating. Bear with us, as over the next few months we will be coming in and fixing things up. If you spot any glaring problems, please get in contact.
The Guardian’s environment correspondent published an article in which she stated:
“…the £2.5bn investment announced since April showed little progress from 2010, when £2.1bn was poured into renewables and other low-carbon forms of energy in the UK, according to the US-based thinktank Pew Environment Group.
The 2010 figure was itself a dramatic fall of 70% compared with the investment reached in 2009, when at least £7.1bn was put into the sector.
DECC said this year’s investment figures were the first it had compiled, so direct comparisons with previous years have not been possible because Pew’s methodology was likely to be different. However, the department agreed that Pew’s figures could be used as an indication.”
Return to Green Energy
Throughout the years we have all made personal resolutions that we are going to try to follow in order to improve ourselves, such as exercising more or smoking less, but what about your business? Are there ways in which it can improve its operations and sustainability?
Lucky for you, you have found yourself at just the place to do that. Please browse through our site and fine new ways for your business reduce carbon and save money!
Why not start with the Recycling Section or the Waste Index, or look up some Legislation and Directives. For some easy ways to save energy, or if you’ve started making savings and want to explore further options, explore the Green Energy pages.