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Cutting your Carbon competition

A competition to encourage more businesses to think about their energy bills is being launched in Ipswich.

Ipswich Borough Council, Groundwork Suffolk and Suffolk County Council are offering 10 Carbon Charter assessments worth £500 to be won.

The Suffolk Carbon Charter is an independently assessed award that recognises the steps that small and medium-sized businesses take to become more efficient, save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

By taking part, you will be joining the 230 businesses that have already been awarded the Suffolk Carbon Charter. As they have found, being a member can help you to shout about what you do and perhaps clinch that piece of additional work in 2015.

Energy monitoring is the first stage in managing energy costs and making greenhouse gas savings. The winners of this competition will get energy monitors, advice and support on cutting bills along with promotional support.

All you have to do is complete a simple questionnaire by visiting www.surveymonkey.com/s/RYXD6JR and say why you want to be a winner.

The competition is open to all SMEs within Ipswich. Entries will be judged by Groundwork Suffolk and the winners announced weekly beginning Monday 9th February with the final winners confirmed on 2nd March.

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