Suffolk’s Euro MP will unveil a plaque at a Freckenham property development company to celebrate the business’s success at reducing their carbon footprint (at 1:40pm this Friday 14th September 2018, Rectory Cottage, Church Lane, Freckenham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP28 8JF).
Woolley, a specialist property development company, has taken part in Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia’s Carbon Charter challenge and won a gold standard.
BEE Anglia receives over £3 million from the European Union Regional Development Fund.
Woolley director Elizabeth Archer, will show Alex Mayer MEP the practical steps they have taken to improve their HQ’s environmental standards including installing loft insulation, draft proofing, secondary double glazing, water saving devices and fitting solar panels.
To date BEE has identified carbon savings equivalent to over 6,000 flights from London to Sydney.
Alex Mayer MEP said: “Congratulations to Woolley – they really are an exemplar of environmentalism. It is great to present this plaque to a business who know that energy efficiency and good business sense go hand in hand.”