Moralising – National “Come off it” day, 4 April

On Tuesday 4th April it is National ‘Come Off It’ day

“Come Off It” urges you to switch off just one thing and turn on to a cleaner lifestyle.

Change your habits, change the UK’s energy future, and you could save £50…

  • Turn off something electrical. It could be the standby light on the TV, or a single light bulb. Anything and everything that isn’t needed but which might normally remain on.
  • Change to at least one new energy-saving, long life light bulb on the day.

“Come Off It” day will demonstrate how quickly small actions taken by each of us as individuals mount up to a big difference in the nation’s energy consumption. When we all act together it will become clear that our Carbon emissions (CO2) can be significantly reduced – at the mere flick of a switch!

If you change one light bulb for a new energy efficient one (Cost to you ~£2.50) you could save up to £50 per year! Also, you cause a reduction of almost 1/4 tonne of CO2 emissions. If every UK household took up the challenge, just this would save around 5 million tonnes of carbon per year.

See here for more information.

Please circulate to anyone else you’d like to benefit from a £50 saving…. Bonus CO2 savings for free!

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