Monthly Archives: October 2011

Reasons Why You MUST Improve the Environmental Performance of Your Business

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Between 2005 and 2010 I was involved with two publicly funded projects that required me to undertake environmental reviews of businesses and identity areas where savings in waste, raw materials, energy and water could be made.  Now I wished I’d kept a tally (think I will from now on), but the saving that businesses implemented were significant. Continue reading


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Green Business Success for Eco Outsource

Helston based Eco Outsource would like to thank Outset Cornwall for their support over the last six months and are looking forward to the UCP Graduate Business Start-up journey they are about to commence.

Eco Outsource Director Joanne Upton said: “I am delighted with how Eco Outsource has grown and developed.  The one thing I have learnt so far is that people genuinely want you to succeed, it’s a fantastic feeling.” Continue reading

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The Business Case for Renewables

I recently read a report from the Carbon Trust about The Case for Renewables in UK Business, and basically it came to the same conclusions as Eco Outsource – it’s a no brainer!

Before the introduction of the Feed-in-Tariff the business case for renewables was not strong. However, it could be clearer now – investing in the right renewables for your businesses makes environmental and financial sense. Continue reading

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October 6, 2011 · 9:01 am

Greening Your Business Hints and Tips

At Eco Outsource we’re very busy working on our very first ebook, which will be launched next week. Very exciting I know!

We’ve had input from a number of businesses but if there is anything you want to share please let us know.  Collaboration, Collaboration, Collaboration!

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What is a tonne of carbon?

So this is what one tonne of carbon looks like… apparently!

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