Suffolk Carbon Charter
The Suffolk Carbon Charter is an award recognising carbon reduction measures in Suffolk's small and medium businesses - i.e. those with fewer than 250 FTEs (Full Time Equivalent staff).
Until the end of 2018, Charter assessments are free of charge to most businesses across Suffolk and Norfolk through the Business Energy Efficiency Anglia project. For more details of this call 01473 350 370. Further discounts are currently available for some suppliers to the Co-op East of England, a Carbon Charter Pathfinder Partner, and through some other routes.
Businesses that are not eligible for a funded assessment can still apply for accreditation, but will need to pay the £550 cost. Assessment includes a full site visit and review by a qualified assessor.The charge covers the costs of an onsite audit and help to meet the accreditation requirements, through to the assessment and accreditation process.
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More and more people are waking up to the risks involved with our current levels of consumption. Individuals and companies alike are changing their habits in order to reduce their energy use. This means potential customers are looking for a reliable measure that can reassure them they're not damaging the planet with their purchases. The Suffolk Carbon Charter allows Suffolk's small businesses to communicate their environmental commitment with a clearly recognisable brand.
- Rita James, The Coach House, Small B&B, Woodbridge
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The Charter was developed as part of the ANSWER Project, with the support of ERDF through the Interreg IVB North Sea Region Programme. For full details, see http://www.northsearegion.eu/ivb/projects/details/&tid=73. Further developments to the service were funded by the Climate Change Skills Fund from Sustainability East and Improvement East. Current subsidies to the core service are provided by Suffolk County Council.