Case Study Visit to Paradise Wildlife Park

26th September 2018, 10:00 to 13:00 (lunch included) - FREE

Join us for a unique opportunity to learn how Paradise Wildlife Park manage energy and water consumption and waste generation on site, during a tour of the 30 acre site.

As part of this, we’ll look at heating and lighting installations, building and enclosure set-up and their rainwater harvesting system as well as learn about recent energy, water and waste initiatives such as the drive to eliminate single use plastics.

And of course we’ll get to see the animals; there’s over 800 on-site including tigers, monkeys and zebras!

The event is free to attend, as part of the Low Carbon Workspaces programme; a grant scheme that offers up to £5,000 to small and medium sized businesses to invest in measures that will reduce their fuel or utility costs and greenhouse gas emissions, such as LED lighting, electric vehicles or equipment upgrades.

A networking lunch will follow the tour.


10:00: Registration, refreshments and networking
10:20: Welcome and round-the-room introductions
10:40: Tour of Paradise Wildlife Park
12:00: Energy efficiency grant funding and local business support
12:15: Networking lunch
13:00: Close

Who should attend?

Organisations of all sectors with commercial premises, interested in learning how other businesses manage resource consumption and costs and gaining ideas on how to improve the efficiency of their own site.

Event partners

Many thanks to Paradise Wildlife Park for making this special opportunity possible and to the Hertfordshire Growth Hub or their support for this event and the wider Low Carbon Workspaces programme.

Book your place

Please note bookings are restricted to one person per organisation, so that as many different businesses as possible can attend. Small and medium sized businesses with commercial premises in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire will also be given priority.

Please register your place here >

Low Carbon Workspaces is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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