Glasgow Airport saves £11,000 in energy costs

Glasgow Airport has announced that it has saved £11,000 on its energy usage by implamenting energy management measures. The measures included switching to energy efficient vending machines and LED lighting throughout the site. Almost 600 staff were also trained in energy efficiency, which will help to keep day to day energy waste costs at a minimum.

A new recycling terminal was also introduced, which is estimated to save around £8,000 per year for the airport, which made the Resource Energy Efficiency pledge last year. It is estimated that the measure could result in 730 tonnes of actual cabon saving.

These results serve as a testimony to the effectivness of introducing energy management to a company. With Glasgow Airport leading the way for their industry and for Scotland.