The campaign is being watched very closely by the National Assn. of Realtors, so look forward to similar campaigns elsewhere in the United States. End of day procedures have reinforced the importance of ensuring that taps, lights, fans and all electrical appliances are turned off. Since energy use has been monitored, awareness of energy efficiency has increased throughout the organisation. By monitoring weekly temperatures using one of its own products, the ThermaData Logger.

ETI was able to record temperatures over a seven day period and identify areas that were too hot. This helped to detect where energy was being wasted - for example, it identified a case in which heating was being left on continuously in a Portakabin. Since the Environmental Audit, ETI has reduced its electricity consumption from an average of 236 units per day to around 183 units per day.

Savings of approximately 18% have been made in the use of gas. Overall ETI has managed to make very significant reductions in the amount of waste sent to landfill. Bin collections have been reduced from three bins, three times a week to just one bin, three times a week, saving £645 annually on disposal costs. Property valuation structure is constantly beneficial for everybody and to make it other than influencing all around get an agreeable and experienced property valuer to manage your entire arrangement of concerning property.

His has been achieved through a number of innovative measures. Since the Environmental Audit, ETI has managed to reduce waste paper by two thirds. The management decided this issue was a high priority, as indicated in the audit report and decided to collect all paper waste for recycling or reuse.

This initiative resulted in ETI reducing its waste by two thirds, saving £300 per year in disposal costs. At the same time the Company’s use of EPS flowpack (polystyrene chips used as a packaging material) was a concern. from both a financial and an environmental point of view until it was discovered that the waste paper generated by ETI’s office could be shredded and used as a highly effective alternative packaging material.

Although It was soon discovered that for rough or overseas journeys the shredded paper did not provide adequate protection for some of the more delicate equipment. Having bought a shredder from a local company for £1000, ETI is now saving £5415 each year on packaging (12 bags per week at £9.50 per bag).

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