Smart Green Business
"We wanted a detailed understanding of how we could get the best return on investment and how to ensure we didn’t have a negative guest experience – and that was exactly what we got."
Save money and the environment
Smart Green Business is a program designed to help medium and large enterprises save money and improve their environmental performance. Businesses can reduce their energy and water costs, improve waste management and get access to regular advice and support.
A winning initiative
Our Smart Green Business program has been awarded a 2013 NSW Green Globe Award in the category of Local Government Sustainability. The awards program recognises environmental excellence, leadership and innovation in NSW and projects are chosen for their ability to demonstrate ways in which we can all live and work more sustainably.
Who is eligible?
Medium to large-sized business operating within the local area.
To date, over 600 leading local businesses have saved $8,000 per year on average in water, energy and waste bills by participating in the Smart Green Business program.
Why get involved?
- Save money: Reduce your operating costs through efficient water, energy and waste management.
- Access information: Learn from industry experts and receive the latest sustainability information.
- Strengthen reputation: Find out how you can attract new business and enhance your standing with customers, suppliers and other businesses.
- Free advice and support: Professional guidance is provided.
The program is run in partnership with Sydney Water.
Sustainability Programs Officer
02 9265 9333
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Last updated: Wednesday, 27 January 2016