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Carbon Clear says 'going green benefits SMEs'

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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
Carbon Clear has advised small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that "going green" could be beneficial to their business.

Category SME IT
14 January 2008
Carbon Clear has advised small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that "going green" could be beneficial to their business.

The carbon management company said that every business can make a difference to climate change by improving their energy efficiency and encouraging associated businesses to do the same.

Mark Chadwick, chief executive officer of Carbon Clear, said: "It is often the case that businesses have heard about carbon offsetting and call us to find out about that. But as we talk to them about the issues, they will often then look to work out what they can do within their organisations to reduce emissions – and save money in doing so.

"It's not going to be too long until these smaller businesses are sitting in their office and get an RSP from one of their customers asking: 'What's your carbon footprint per unit of work?'"

He advised that if SMEs already had an answer in place beforehand their "strong policy" could help boost business.

According to the Carbon Trust UK, UK businesses could save £1.4 billion in 2008 through energy efficient measures such as switching off one PC out of hours, which would cut back by £35 per year.

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