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Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… the needs of nearly seven million people and 200,000 business customers in the North West. The provision and removal of water to domestic and non-domestic properties uses a significant amount of energy. About 2% of total energy used in the UK is used to treat water. This highlights how much we are dependent upon energy and this level of use is not sustainable in the long-term. The Government…

… the best possible standards of energy efficiency in new developments via the Local Plan. Medium term Objective: Water management Action Comments Targets Reduce water usage Encourage the uptake of water meters for domestic properties to enable residents to monitor their own usage and to try to minimise what they use Medium term Promote the use of tap water in an effort to reduce…

…). The property was judged to be an example of best practice with a low impact on the environment.  Installed LED microwave sensor lights in the Council offices car park (2020).  On Council carparks 70% of the light fittings have been converted to LED  Installed movement sensors to the flushes and wash hand basin taps in the toilets.  Installed time clocks on the water coolers in the Council…

… and incorporate suitable planning policies in respect of Green Infrastructure  To support the work of the Forest of Bowland AONB Our medium-term priority actions:  To take available opportunities to recycle  To use energy from renewable sources more efficiently  To respond to the Government consultation paper on recycling Our key measures:  Energy consumption of local authority property/ CO2…


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