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23 Jan
For switched on organisations

At ACORPP we are committed to sustainability and have this approach on an ongoing basis as part of our culture, which is why we signed up to CitySwitch, being the first non CBD office in WA to do so.

More and more SME’s (Small to Medium Enterprises) are making this commitment to reduce their energy costs and in helping in the education of SME’s and energy savings, ACORPP was selected to be a case study for our endeavours.

As part of our recent expansion, we moved into a new office and wanted to use this opportunity to showcase our capabilities in sustainable office design and fit-out, whilst at the same time ensuring sound business practices were in place and operating cost savings optimised.

We’re looking forward to the case study being published in early February, so watch this space for our next newsletter when we will have a link to the website containing this and other sustainability information.  

Why not join us? Signatories of the CitySwitch program receive free support and resources to action energy efficiency projects and save on operating costs. We are proof that a small office fitout can be done sustainably and cost-effectively with a bit of smart thinking and pre-planning. 

 

Click the link below to read SME's latest online magazine!

http://www.smea.com.au/SMEA%20E-Magazine%201st%20Qrt%202014/index.html

 

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