Greening A Business

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Greening A Business - Episode 1
CASE STUDY 1: ESSEX FLOUR & GRAIN: EFG is a food and drink wholesaler selling to schools, hospitals and other organisation. Boss Michael Spinks is a green enthusiast who wants…
Greening A Business - Episode 2
CASE STUDY 2: MERTON VOLUNTARY SERVICE COUNCIL: MVSC is an organisation funded by Merton council in south London to help voluntary groups. Donnachadh is called in to help them become…

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