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An optimization analysis led to savings of around 100,000 EUR a year. All in all, every year 975 cubic meters of sawn timber, planed timber and finger-jointed wood were saved.

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Organic and recycled materials are the basis for every cloth that RAPANUI designs and produces in our ethically accredited wind powered factory. You'll also find cutting-edge low waste printing technology here, and incentivised material recovery. Most importantly, you can trace the origins of everything we make, from seed to shop.

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Fairphone is a social enterprise that is building a movement for fairer electronics and opening up the supply chain by making a phone that puts social and environmental values first.

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Andrew Sanderson is one of only five low-impact shore fishermen licensed to fish off of England’s East coast using only the power of tides. Andrew’s fishing is very low environmental impact since it is entirely boat free and the caught produce is sold locally by his wife Karen in their own fishmongers - Ocean Rewards.

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Pühajärve Spa and Holiday Resort has built a new environment-friendly heating system – the building is heated with wood and water with solar panels.

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We help organisations to respond to changing markets and increasing resource prices through a range of strategic and practical approaches – from resource efficiency savings through to new business models and new enterprises.

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Buying green office products does not mean a compromise on the price and quality of your stationery service. The Green Stationery Company is now in its 18th year of operation and we supply over 2,000 small, medium and large organisations with all their office needs. You are not recycling unless you are buying recycled products, help close the recycling loop.

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We’ve scoured the globe for the world’s best Fairtrade coffee and have hand-selected three of the best: one each of a medium, dark and extra dark roast. Each one is rated ‘specialty’ or higher by the SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America), and every roast has its own story.

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This installation would serve about 100,000 people and a daily flow of 20,000 cubic meters of wastewater, with an annual energy consumption of 2,2 GWh, a yearly electricity bill exceeding €160.000. The most energy consumed part of the installation was the oxygenation unit which consume more than 50% of total energy.

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