Reducing the carbon footprint of your coworking space

by Coworking Europe

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Fiona Frank works at Green Elephant Cooperative, which runs Halton Mill, a low carbon coworking and event space, located in the UK. Halton Mill’s power comes from a community funded hydro electric plant in the river five minutes away, and is heated by locally sourced woodchip through a district heating system. Each of individual tenants is metered separately for heat and electricity. 

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Reducing the carbon footprint of your coworking space

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Fiona Frank made the presentation at the Coworking Europe 2019 conference, in Warsaw. Halton Mill’s power comes from a community funded hydro electric plant in the river five minutes away, and is heated by locally sourced woodchip through a district heating system. Each  individual tenants is metered separately for heat and electricity. “But we still have a lot of work to do on our travel plan – we’re trying to get people to share journeys – and on our waste production. Coworking is great for the climate crisis, with people coming together rather than heating 50 individual homes each day if they were working at home. 

 

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