ETI Takes Strides for Low Carbon Credentials

Business Support Navigator pilot helps ETI demonstrate its low carbon credentials

ETI was keen to refurbish its Worthing factory with energy efficient LED lighting, to save money and reduce carbon emissions.  Worthing Business Support Navigator Tom Kenny helped the company navigate the grant system, identifying eligibility for a £5,000 Low Carbon Workspaces grant. Read full story here or click the image below.


In addition to our recent factory LED lighting replacement programme, ETI have taken advantage of the Woodland Trust’s initiative to plant trees/hedges in the community. During December, over 200 small saplings or whips, were planted as hedging both in conjunction with our local school, Davison High School for Girls, and in the East Worthing Industrial Estate. To further improve the environment of our industrial area, we have also planted two larger species of Mountain Ash outside our new premises in Dominion Way.

ETI Low carbon Initiative



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