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Carbon Trust to enhance Public Sector Network with support of United Utilities

3 October 2014 | News
United Utilities

Thanks to the support of United Utilities the Carbon Trust is expanding its Public Sector Network, to provide more detailed content and discussion forums across the full range of sustainability and climate change issues.

Thanks to the support of United Utilities the Carbon Trust is expanding its Public Sector Network. Investment is being made into improving the Carbon Trust’s Public Sector Network to provide more detailed content and discussion forums across the full range of sustainability and climate change issues. The United Utilities partnership will enable Public Sector Network members to participate in more in-depth water management discussions, with further enhancements to the network expected in the future.

Launched in 2001, the Carbon Trust’s Public Sector Network is the largest active sustainability community for the public sector in the UK, with over 3,000 professionals sharing information, experiences, know-how and best practice.

The enhanced water forum will provide advice and support on water efficiency, water harvesting and re-use, as well as wastewater management and flooding.

 

As we start to feel the impacts of climate change at the same time as consuming ever greater amounts of resources, water is becoming an issue of critical importance for the public sector. We are delighted to be working with United Utilities to provide this very valuable information resource to public sector sustainability professionals.

Tim Pryce, Head of Public Sector at the Carbon Trust

We are pleased to be working alongside the Carbon Trust in this collaborative approach with the public sector. We hope this unique partnership, will allow us to engage with public sector managers across the UK, swapping best practice related to water use and wastewater management which will help save money and operate more sustainably.

Sue Amies-King, Retail Director United Utilities Business

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