A Recycling Lives spokesman has visited Lancashire Area Transport Managers Club to give a presentation on energy conservation.
Steve Lauri, Recycling Lives Retrofit Carbon Reduction Manager, was invited by the Transport Managers Club Chairman to talk to his members at their monthly May meeting.
The presentation gave an overview of Recycling Lives including details of the charity and company’s ‘closed loop’ recycling system which diverts waste away from landfill to be re-used or recycled, thus reducing the carbon footprint.
The main purpose of the meeting was to promote energy conservation and the reduction of carbon within our homes and our businesses, whilst informing the members of the consulting and supply services offered by Recycling lives.
Steve discussed numerous energy saving products such as Solar PV, Solar thermal, heat pumps and wind turbines.
The meeting held in Horn Hill was attended by 15 transport and haulage business owners who had travelled from as far as Kirby Lonsdale, Blackpool and Bolton.
Ken Miller Chairman of the Lancashire Area Transport Managers Club said: “The message of the presentation will have a lasting impact on the members. We are sure each of us will be making significant changes to our energy usage and of course thinking about our future. We the members are looking forward to visiting Recycling Lives in the near future to experience firsthand the work carried out.”
Recycling Lives will be conducting many seminars and training sessions across the North West to organisations looking to reduce carbon emissions and energy generation.