Save electricity, water and money;Briefing;School Management

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
A secondary school with a sixth form could save pound;7,000 per year if it managed to cut its water and energy bills by 20 per cent.

How it could achieve that target is set out in a new guide available from the Funding Agency for Schools, the quango that oversees grant-maintained schools' finance. It tells you how to monitor your school's fuel and water consumption and how to develop a cost-efficient and green approach.

l 'Energy and Water Supplies Management' is available from the FAS, Albion Wharf, 25 Skeldergate, York Y01 6XL. Tel 01904 661540.

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