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£10k up for grab from Ashden Awards

Businesses with ground-breaking carbon reduction and sustainable energy initiatives are invited to apply for the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy, which ENWORKS won in 2007.

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ENWORKS videos viewed 2,000 times

One year on from the launch of its new channel on YouTube, videos posted by ENWORKS to promote environmental best practice have been viewed more than 2,000 times.

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Pubs, hotels and restaurants and take-aways 'wasting' £724m

The hospitality industry is throwing away £724 million in lost revenue and 600,000 tonnes of food waste every year, according to a new report by our partners at WRAP.

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Energy Apprenticeship consultation launched

A consultation has been launched by Asset Skills to establish whether there is demand for a new Higher Apprenticeship in Energy Assessment and Advice in the UK.

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ENWORKS shortlisted for second national award

ENWORKS is to go head-to-head with Sony and Hewlett Packard, after being shortlisted for this year’s Edie Awards for Environmental Excellence.

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ENWORKS wins Green NGO of the Year Award

ENWORKS was recognised at a national level last Thursday, when it won the prestigious NGO of the Year Award at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.

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Waste responsibility deal to benefit the UK's smaller businesses

The Government has unveiled details of its waste responsibility deal, to help smaller firms reduce the waste they produce and minimise the costs and red tape involved.

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Report urges wine and spirit retailers urged to go green

Supermarkets could boost their sales and reduce carbon emissions by switching to recycled green glass for packaging wines and spirits, according to a new report.

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