Cut costs cut carbon with Newton Transition Together (NTT)

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By hellfire | Thursday, January 03, 2013, 20:48

NTT - Newton Transition Together

Come together

Cut your household costs

Cut your carbon emissions

 

MAKE A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION TO REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT –

WITH A LITLE HELP FROM YOUR FRIENDS

 

The aim of the NTT programme is to become more aware of the areas in your own house where consumption is the greatest and decide what you want to tackle.

You delve into your household's habits in SIX key areas:

Electricity, Heating, Water, Food, Transport and Waste. You will find that reducing your carbon footprint can be fun as well as useful to the household purse.  

 

You won't be doing this alone. The programme brings together different households to discuss areas to be tackled, to share successes and challenges. 4-5 households is ideal. Everybody takes their turn to host your meetings.

 

 NTT- Newton Transition Together is here. Come and join us - make it your New Year Resolution!

 

It's FREE and now includes a FREE HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT

 

We are happy to organise an info session for you and some friends, so for more info contact us at postie@transitionnewtonabbot.org.uk or Massimo max.ktt@transitionnewtonabbot.org.uk

 

      

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