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Ben, Anglicare NT, Alice Springs

On 21, May 2015 | No Comments | In | By andrea

Ben, Anglicare NT, Alice Springs

A lot of our clients have limited resources. By modeling how to save energy and supporting our clients to make changes, we can have a positive impact for people living below the poverty line.
Jenny, Anglicare NT

On 26, Aug 2014 | No Comments | In | By andrea

Jenny, Anglicare NT

I’m always the last one to leave so I make sure the curtains are closed, lights are off and the urn and microwave are switched off at the wall.
ACOSS, Sydney NSW

On 23, Aug 2014 | In | By admin

ACOSS, Sydney NSW

We’ve saved between $700 and $1300 a year by removing 24 fluorescent bulbs in areas where strong light wasn’t needed. We were able to remove bulbs in corridors, meeting rooms and the kitchen. We were also able to remove some around the perimeter of the office because many desks were over-lit. We used a ‘lux-meter’ to figure out where we could reduce lighting levels so that they were more in line with the Australian Standard. Andrea, ACOSS. read more
The Hut Community Centre, SA

The Hut Community Centre, SA

We encourage the use of a kettle for tea and coffee in lieu of an urn continually heating. Garry, SA
Down time

On 19, Aug 2014 | In | By admin

Down time

Screen savers don’t save anything – in fact they use just as much power as a computer that’s in use. For immediate savings, change the efficiency settings on any unattended computers to stop them running wild patterns or bright colours on the screen.
Playful Reminders

On 18, Aug 2014 | In | By admin

Playful Reminders

Changing simple, everyday behaviours can reduce your organisation’s energy consumption by up to 10%. Try tailor making a sign for your team with creative and playful reminders to switch off, use less and save lots.
Retro Knits

On 16, Aug 2014 | In | By admin

Retro Knits

Support local knitting co-ops and op-shops – the community sector is a rich reservoir of retro knits and snuggly rugs to help stay cosy through winter. Read how one community organisation works to give winter woolies a new life. view case study
Lo-Fi Lunch Prep

Lo-Fi Lunch Prep

Over their lifetime, microwaves use more energy on standby power than they do cooking food. Save power by switching them off at the wall.

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