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Business Wales has launched an initiative to help businesses go green and save money!

As the cost of living crisis deepens, the organisation is offering advice to help members take steps towards improving their sustainability while cutting energy, water and waste disposal costs.

Business Wales said: “Organisations across Wales have the potential to save millions a year by using resources such as water, energy and raw materials more efficiently. In many cases, much of this money could be saved quickly and simply with little or no cost.”

The Green Growth Pledge aims to support Wales in achieving its target of a low carbon future.

The Fed welcomes this advice and encourages members in Wales to engage with Business Wales on this.

More details are available from Resource Efficiency | Business Wales (gov.wales)

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