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Scottish gift company saves £6,000 on energy bills

New heating, insulation and double-glazed windows helps business save on energy costs and reduce carbon

Scotcrest is happy to welcome customers to its workshop after implementing new heating, lighting, insulation and double-glazed windows with the help of Zero Waste Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Business Support Service.

The business now has a much brighter premises after going ahead with a number of recommendations that have cut around £6,000 from the annual energy bills.

Managing director Neill Hunter said:

“The energy audit and the subsequent report were fantastic. It took us from guessing and worrying to we knew exactly what we wanted”.

Watch the video to see what a difference the improvements have made.

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Our service is funded by the Scottish Government and by the European Regional Development Fund through the £73 million Resource Efficiency Circular Economy Accelerator Programme. The support provided to this organisation was delivered by Zero Waste Scotland’s Resource Efficient Scotland programme, which has been relaunched as Zero Waste Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Business Support Service as of 1 April 2020.

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