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How can you save energy and water?

 

Want to know how you can save your energy and water? Well, keep reading. We’re going to share some easy every day changes you can make to help you save energy and water.

 

 

 

 

First off is a super easy one. Turn off your lights when the room isn’t in use, or when there is enough daylight to be able to see everything. It is that simple! Did you know that if you turn off just 4 lights every night for a year, you can save as much CO2 as produced by 20 car trips from London to Paris?

Image of Big Ben in London to the Eiffel Tower in Paris

London to Paris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another great way to save energy is by opting for motion sensor lights. That way, you don’t need to remember to turn off the lights as you leave the room.

 

You could also switch over to energy-efficient bulbs. While they are more expensive than traditional bulbs, they do save you money because they last so much longer and use much less energy.

Typically, about 25%-80% less energy in fact!

 

 

 

 

One great way to save water at least twice a day per person is to make sure that you turn off your tap while brushing your teeth. This can save up to 3 or 4 gallons of water per person, per day. Did you know, 1 in 3 people leave the water running while brushing their teeth?

 

 

 

 

Another great way to save water is by not washing your dirty clothes until you have a full machine load by doing this you use less water and energy than you would in 2 half loads.

A final great way to save water in your workplace is to replace single-flush toilets with dual-flush toilets which allow you to choose whether you use a partial or full flush.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out how much we could help you save on your business energy by getting a comparison quote in under 90 seconds today!

 

Don’t forget to give us a like and a follow! And if you try any of our suggestions, let us know how you get on.

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How you can freeze Energy Supplier price rises

With the constant barrage of Energy Supplier price increases, now is the time to act and freeze prices in their tracks.  If your business energy contracts is due within the next 12 months you can secure rates at April 2019 prices.  The best way to find the cheapest tariff is to switch to a new supplier who are keen to attract you as a new customer as not all suppliers will offer you favourable renewal rates.

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We then handle the whole switching package on your behalf to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer to your new supplier once your old contract ends.  Throughout the contract period we are always on hand to resolve any energy problems should they arise, rather than waiting in queue’s within Supplier call centres and you have a dedicated account manager at Flame Uk as your point of contact.

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