There is more pressure in the corporate market to take responsibility for carbon emissions. Implementing this new policy has been simple and offers many benefits for our business
New York City, New York (PRWEB) August 15, 2012
The BBB Conglomerate Network announce plans to employ a 10 step process over a 12 month course which aims at reducing costs for the brand through becoming more energy efficient. The Carbon Trust, a world-leading organisation which helps businesses and governments contribute to a low carbon economy; reveal 20% of a business’ annual energy costs are wasted through the use of energy inefficient equipment. ‘We have gone through the ‘foot printing’ process to access our current energy expenditure and are now ready to employ this new policy and commit to social responsibility and sustainability’ comments Antoine Bell, CEO at The BBB Conglomerate Network.
Tax benefits and increased consumer pressure provide a strong incentive for many businesses to implement Energy and Environmental policies. The UN Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro earlier this year suggests the US is falling behind in the fight to become an energy efficient nation. The UK government announced that all UK companies listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange will have to report data on their greenhouse gas emissions from April 2013.
The BBB Conglomerate Network accounts the process for employing this new energy efficiency policy as forward-thinking and essential. ‘There is more pressure in the corporate market to take responsibility for carbon emissions. Implementing this new policy has been simple and offers many benefits for our business, including saving money and a more unified work force. We have found a large percentage of our team wish to take part in our corporate sustainability plan which has led to increased levels of engagement and efficiency’ adds The BBB Conglomerate Network’s CEO, Antoine Bell.
The BBB Conglomerate Network will use a 10 step plan which includes; establishing a baseline of consumption for benchmarking efforts, reviewing and reporting quarterly, bi-monthly education on energy efficiency best practices and incentives for workers who employ energy saving tactics.
A report of The BBB Conglomerate Network's reduced energy expenditure will be announced and made public in July 2013.