Free water-saving devices for Wimbledon, Merton and South West London businesses!
26th September 2012
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Greening Business and Thames Water have joined forces to bring businesses across 6 London boroughs free water-saving devices. 
Greening Business, part funded by the European Union, is offering businesses 12 hours of free support and advice from qualified environmental specialists to help them reduce their costs and save money by ‘going green’. The initiative will include:
  • Specialist environmental advisors will visit your business
  • They will undertake an assessment of the site to identify areas where cost savings could be made
  • Produce a bespoke action plan with a focus on low or no cost changes which can be made
  • Help your business to implement the actions
Greening Business Operations Manager, Christina Parnell-Harris, says that “Excessive use of water or wastage is often identified as a significant cost to businesses which is why it is fantastic that we have been able to partner with Thames Water to provide businesses with free water-saving devices.”
Devices such as the Eco-Beta, which can be installed inside older toilet cisterns to retrofit them into dual flush systems, can save up to 47 litres of water every day. Tap inserts mix air with the water, giving the same effect while using a lower volume of water can save up to 36 litres per day.
Water efficiency analyst, Heather Aitken from Thames Water says “These free water-saving devices can make a real difference to businesses looking to become more sustainable and reduce their utility bills.”
If you are a business in London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Kensington & Chelsea, Merton, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Southwark and Wandsworth and are interested in receiving this free support and free water saving devices, then please get in touch with Greening Business at the contact details below.
About Greening Business
The Greening Business project is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund Programme 2007 to 2013. The Department for Communities and Local Government is the managing authority for the European Regional Development Fund Programme, which is one of the funds established by the European Commission to help local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support local businesses. For more information visit
For further information then please contact:
Christina Parnell-Harris
T: 020 8944 5501


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