Hospitality needs to do more to keep rising energy costs in check

Manson, Emily
February 2006
Caterer & Hotelkeeper;2/16/2006, Vol. 196 Issue 4412, p6
Trade Publication
The article deals with a survey by Caterer & Hotelkeeper regarding the energy costs and consumption of hospitality businesses in Great Britain. Nine out of 10 hospitality businesses expect energy costs to rise by up to 30% in 2006, yet only half have environmental policies to help mitigate the added expense. Nearly half (47%) of the poll's respondents admitted they had no policy to help reduce energy consumption.


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