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Greener Footprints Business Network

Greener Footprints Business network aims

Greener Footprints Business Network (GFBN) is open to all Herefordshire businesses/organisations.

GFBN aims to support organisations to carry out carbon reducing actions within their business by sharing access to grant funding, facilitating networking opportunities and promoting sustainable business practices.

By signing up to the Greener Footprints Business Network we agree to:

  • Support the Greener Footprints Business network aims (described above)
  • Receive updates regarding activities and opportunities surrounding sustainable business action

Free business energy audits are now available for members of the Greener Footprints Business Network, for a limited period.  

By assessing how and where energy is used, and highlighting areas where energy is being wasted, an audit can help your business become more energy efficient. As well as the environmental benefits, it can cut your costs.

The Audits are carried out by Severn Wye Energy Agency and funded by Herefordshire Council, as part of the county's Greener Footprints initiative.

Here’s what one local business has to say about their recent audit.

To find out more, register for free with the Greener Footprints Business Network on the form below.

Already registered? Simply email us at to let us know you are interested in receiving a free audit, and we can answer any questions you have.

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