This is my report from inside the conference.
“British business could save around £23 billion a year by improving the way they use energy, materials and water” said the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Caroline Spelman.
Speaking at the annual WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) conference the Spelman pointed out that developing our energy system is not anymore only an environmental issue.
After praising WRAP for cutting millions of tones of household food waste since 2006, she explained the necessity for the manufacturers to change their way of producing and using energy.
For Mrs. Spelman “good resource management will help rebalance the economy and put it on a more sustainable footing”.
With the financial crisis and the risk of recession companies need more than ever to save money and cut the cost of their business.
Saving energy is not he only measure on the agenda…
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