Suffolk/Norfolk: Anglia Business Green 100 list reveals region’s greenest firms

PUBLISHED: 18:23 08 November 2013 | UPDATED: 18:23 08 November 2013

Guests at today's launch of the Anglian Business Green 100.

Guests at today's launch of the Anglian Business Green 100.

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The efforts of businesses across Suffolk and Norfolk to reduce their impact on the environment were celebrated today with the launch of the Anglian Business Green 100.

The new listing has been produced by the East Anglian Daily Times and sister title the Eastern Daily Press, in partnership with sponsors including the Suffolk and Norfolk chambers of commerce, New Anglia LEP, EDF Energy, NWES, Pound Gates, Adnams and OrbisEnergy.

Guests at a launch event held today at OrbisEnergy in Lowestoft were welcomed by EADT editor Terry Hunt, with the line-up of speakers also including Iain Dunnett of New Anglia LEP, Karl Carter of Adapt Commercial and Jonathan Reynolds of OrbisEnergy.

: : For the full Green 100 listing and further details of yesterday’s event, see next Tuesday’s EADT for a special eight-page supplement.

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