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Editor: David Keighley
11th June 2015

Small and medium-sized enterprises in the UK are being encouraged to tackle the issues of carbon emissions and energy efficiency - and even ISO accreditation - by taking a series of small steps that do not need to be costly and will achieve the essential 'buy-in' from stakeholders and employees.

Energy data management provider IMServe says: "There is a range of energy and emissions-led policies which apply to SMEs and not complying with this legislation will result in fines and can damage a company's reputation. However, once you are complying you are well on your way to achieving ISO accreditation and turning these policies into a green agenda. While complying with environmental legislation may seem daunting, there are many simple changes that can be made to easily achieve these goals."

IMServe's seven tips for 'going green' range from making the best use of data to engaging staff into an energy-saving programme.

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David Keighley

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