Carbon Footprint

In these austere times I am always on the lookout for ways to reduce our expenditure without reducing our service to customers. NAG have just been awarded a matched funding grant from for £1000 to help us reduce our carbon footprint and we intend to use the grant (and some) to improve our video conferencing and cut down on some travelling costs and CO2 for meetings and training. Currently we are looking at some state of the art video conference equipment which we hope to start trialling with our Manchester office. There are some other useful tips and grants available on the Sustainable Routes website so I would recommend go taking a look.


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