We would be delighted if you could join us at the Business Decarbonisation Summit which is being held on Thursday 26 May 2022 at 9.30am. This face to face event is at NWA Auction, J36 of the M6 and will provide the opportunity for our businesses to hear from other… Continue reading
Way back in May 2018 the CBEN Partnership were awarded the contract to identify suitable improvements, renewables and heating systems for the Lake District National Park’s visitor centre at Brockhole on Windermere. All to help the park reduce its carbon footprint. Since then things have moved on a pace with… Continue reading
“Greening Eden: The Greening Eden initiative helps businesses across Eden, Cumbria to calculate their carbon footprint, identify ways to reduce their environmental emissions and can provide grant funding to help with capital projects. CBEN will provide more details of how the initiative works and what benefits participating companies can expect… Continue reading
Launching this month (February), Eden District Council is working with Cumbria Business Environment Network (CBEN) Partnership on a three and a half year project called Greening Eden to support Eden businesses to reduce their carbon emissions and to help businesses save money. The project will allow businesses across Eden to… Continue reading
Happy to be working with New Balance to investigate & assess what they would have to do to achieve Net Zero status, using SECR as a starting point. Always a pleasure to deal with them and looking forward to some interesting discussions in the coming months.
If you need help with SECR compliance the CBEN Partnership can help. We are already assisting a number of Companies in the UK with this element of the Environmental compliance legislation.
CBEN team begins work at Eden Brow on the Settle to Carlisle Railway. Working with Story Contracting Ltd and Network Rail, CBEN will be acting as Environmental Advisor on the project. The reconstruction of the railway section which collapsed during the December 2015 floods has been restored and was reopened… Continue reading