Hospitality industry businesses face substantial challenges in Western Australia every day. Competitors strive to seek out every edge to increase their business, ensuring that you have to do the same.
Energy efficiency has long served as a goal for environmentalists as well as those businesses that make a priority of cutting costs. Those companies that invest in energy efficiency enjoy a competitive advantage over others through reduced overhead costs.
Most people feel they have to choose between less expensive and more environmentally friendly. When a product combines the two, it becomes a common-sense choice. Hydrocarbon refrigerants pose no threat to the ozone layer and less of a threat to the bottom line than traditional materials.
We’re a small company taking on major industry players, reducing client’s operational costs by optimising efficiencies. Our approach is unique: using the latest technologies, we combat waste without compromising standards...
Rosemount Hotel has served as North Perth’s community hub and meeting place since 1902. While horses may no longer be tied up outside, the venue still values its timeless standing as an inviting, affordable, family (and dog!) friendly pub where both pop stars and paupers gather to enjoy quality food, drink and entertainment.
We all want to be more energy efficient - especially in business. When you’re working with a large premise, juggling profit margins, and hit with huge energy bills every month it can be a bit of a shock. But hey, it’s not just about bills. There’s the environment to think of too. Huge bills also equal a huge carbon footprint.
For years Mark Guelfi, Maintenance Manager at Mater Dei College would receive constant complaints from staff that some areas were too warm and some areas too cold even though they were conditioned by the same air conditioning ducted system.
Studies suggest that temperatures in the range of 22° to 25° are acceptable for Australian office workers, especially during summer. By increasing the temperature slightly you can make savings on energy bills while ensuring your employees remain productive.
There are a number of things you can do to save on energy costs in your office. They range from simple things each of us can do (like turning off lights) to ambitious upgrades. Here are 12 ways to save energy in a small business office:
Is your walk-in cold room your number one energy thief in your business? Restaurants, supermarkets, hospital, and flower shops - listen up. This little room may be causing you drama in the bills department as well as being not a best friend to the environment.