News Archive 2011

  • December 23, 2011

    Consider sustainability at Christmas
    It’s the season to be jolly and traditionally Christmas has always been a time to give and receive but if everyone currently in the world were to consume as much as we do in the UK (especially at Christmas) we would need more than three planets to sustain our consumption. This year Wiles Greenworld the London ...
  • December 22, 2011

    Starts of recycling
    Whether you need general recycling or confidential waste shredding one company guarantees quality, security and integrity. Wiles Greenworld is the London office supplies company that collects recycling when it delivers. As London’s green office supplies distributor and recycling collector Wiles Greenworld can help you become more sustainable in your everyday operations. Our extensive range of green ...
  • December 22, 2011

    Tailor-made environmental consultancy
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor that offers free recycling at work also provides environmental consultancy to companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint and embrace sustainability. This service has been created to assist organisations in responding to their corporate and environmental responsibilities. It provides a structures approach to identifying individual departmental areas of environmental responsibility ...
  • December 21, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld wishing you a green Christmas
    Season’s greetings from Wiles Greenworld, your friendly London office supplies distributor that collects waste when it delivers. If you’re struggling to green up your Christmas here are some tips from us that will really help you cut the carbon footprint of the season: Buy your Christmas dinner from a farmers market – buying organic will be ...
  • December 21, 2011

    EU approves aviation emissions trading
    The EU’s plans to charge airlines for carbon emitted during all flights in and out of its airports are legal, the European Court of Justice ruled today. The court upheld a preliminary decision taken in October by Advocate General Juliane Kokott who dismissed a legal challenge brought by US airlines, clearing the scheme to start from ...
  • December 20, 2011

    Eco friendly office supplies in London
    It’s no longer debatable, climate change is taking place, and scientists all over the world have reached this consensus. We all need to do our bit to combat carbon emissions but we also need resources to survive, that’s where Wiles Greenworld comes in. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies is the environmental office supplies distributor in ...
  • December 19, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld awarded Gold star for recycling
    Wiles Greenworld has been issued the gold star award by the National Recycling Stars scheme. The scheme which recognises UK organisations that are committed to increasing the amount of waste they recycle and/or recover and improving the environmental awareness of their staff. Organisations can be awarded up to three stars depending on their level of recycling ...
  • December 19, 2011

    Taking the hassle out of recycling at work
    2012 is almost upon us and the last thing you need is to check whether the recycling is done once you go back to work. If recycling remains an aspect of your business that still needs to be addressed then make switching your recycling to Wiles Greenworld your New Year’s resolution. With over 20 years experience ...
  • December 16, 2011

    Green Office News – Green Office Management
    According to a recent article published today more environmentally buses will soon be on the London Streets in the New Year. These buses will be 15% more efficient than the current hybrid buses that are currently used in London. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London will also like to help you increase efficiency in the office. We ...
  • December 16, 2011

    Your source for sustainable office supplies
    Wiles Greenworld is your source for sustainable office supplies and environmental office management. Our aim is to help you meet your corporate social responsibility and environmental targets. We do this by offering free recycling, eco-friendly office supplies and environmental consultancy. Wiles Greenworld is London’s office supplies company that has embraced sustainable practice and is helping customers ...
  • December 15, 2011

    Green Office News: Wiles Greenworld’s Free Recycling Service
    Your office can benefit from our Free Recycling Service. Our London Recycling Service is only available to clients in London. For more information about Office Recycling in London please call Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London on 0208 758 7700. Green Office Tips: Did you know our Free Recycling Service has been recognised by a national waste management ...
  • December 15, 2011

    Green Office News: Green Technology is not to blame for the increase in energy bills
    According to an article published today, green technology such as wind farms and low-carbon technology are not the driving forces behind the surge in energy bills. According the committee of climate change (CCC) The increase in energy bills is due to the increase in Wholesale gas prices. Wiles Greenworld Green Office Suppliers London can also help ...
  • December 14, 2011

    Green Office News: Green Office Stationery Supplies by Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld provides a range of Office Stationery Supplies which includes, Paper Office Supplies, Office Desk Supplies and Office Pen Supplies. For more information about our Office Stationery Supplies call our customer service team on 0208 758 7700 or email sales@wilesgreenworld.co.uk Green Office Tips: Set your printer to print in black.
  • December 14, 2011

    Canada facing backlash for Kyoto exit
    A number of countries have criticised Canada’s decision to formally withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol on climate change. The Kyoto Protocol is a protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC or FCCC), aimed at fighting global warming. A spokesman for France’s foreign ministry called the move “bad news for the fight against ...
  • December 13, 2011

    Green Office News: Recycling Centres affected by Budget Cuts
    According to an article published today, The recent budget cuts are affecting recycling centres in Warwickshire. Warwickshire council has claimed that by reducing their operating hours the centres are guaranteed to be open 7 days a week. At Wiles Greenworld we would like to manage recycling at work easy and convenient for you that we offer ...
  • December 13, 2011

    Green Office News: Eco friendly Office designs saving 25% on energy bills
    Eco friendly Office designs can save 25% on energy bills according to a recent report. Wiles Greenworld also wants to help you have a green office. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London provides a range of eco-friendly office supplies and eco-friendly office furniture that will look great in your office. Wiles Greenworld also provides recycled office supplies ...
  • December 12, 2011

    Green Office News: Recycling at Work made easy by Wiles Greenworld
    Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s was the first UK retailer to offer a freepost battery recycling service to its customers. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a free recycling service to all clients. At Wiles Greenworld we aim to make Recycling at Work easy and convenient for our clients. For more information about Recycling at Work or for our ...
  • December 12, 2011

    Green Office News: Eco friendly office supplies from Wiles Greenworld
    Did you know that Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London provides wide range of eco-friendly office supplies including recycled office supplies? Our Green Products include eco-friendly office furniture and office desk supplies. To find out more about having a green office why not call our customer services team on 0208 758 7700. Green Office Tips: Print on both ...
  • December 9, 2011

    Green Office News: Wiles Greenworld offers a Free Recycling Service
    Wiles Greenworld office supplies London offers a free Recycling Service to Clients in the London area. Our London Recycling Service only operates in the London area. For more information about our Free Recycling Service why not contact Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London on 0208 758 7700 Green office tips: Don’t print out your emails as this will ...
  • December 9, 2011

    Green Office News: Wiles Greenworld are London Recycled Office Suppliers
    Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London provides a range of recycled office supplies that can meet all of your daily office needs. We also supply a variety of green products such as eco-friendly office supplies and eco-friendly office furniture. To find out more about our eco-friendly office supplies why not contact Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies on ...
  • December 9, 2011

    Green Office News: Eco- friendly Office Stationery Supplies
    Office Stationery supplies are easy to find in London but not all of them are eco-friendly. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a wide range of eco-friendly office supplies, recycled office supplies and many other green products. Our Office Stationery Supplies ensures that you will have a green office. For more information call our customer services ...
  • December 8, 2011

    Green Office News: Office Stationery Supplies in London
    Green Office News: Office Stationery Supplies in London Looking for a local London Office Supplier? Look no further. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London provides a range of office stationery supplies that can meet all of your office requirements. We also provide recycled office supplies and eco-friendly office supplies. For more information about our office stationery supplies please ...
  • December 8, 2011

    Green Office News: Get a Waste Reduction Policy
    A waste reduction policy is a document which states how an individual or a company can reduce its waste. If you would like a waste reduction policy for your office or if you are interested in our environmental consultancy service please contact Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London on 0208 758 7700 Green Office Tips: Don’t forget to ...
  • December 7, 2011

    Green Office News: Wiles Greenworld are London Green Office Suppliers
    In this economic climate offices are looking for ways to reduce costs. To make it affordable for you, Wiles Greenworld Office supplies London supplies a range of cheap office supplies to meet all of your office needs. To find out more about having a green office or our cheap office supplies why not call our customer ...
  • December 6, 2011

    Green Office News: Cheap Office Supplies London
    Wiles Greenworld London Office Suppliers provides a range of cheap office supplies to clients in the London area. You can be sure that our range of green products, eco-friendly office supplies and eco-friendly office furniture will look great in your office. For more information about having a Green Office or for more information about our range ...
  • December 6, 2011

    Green Office News: Award winning Green office suppliers in London
    Wiles Greenworld Office London Supplies has received numerous industry awards and non-industry awards. Our brilliant range of eco-friendly office supplies, green products and recycled office supplies ensures that we can help you have a green office. To find out more about having a green office call customer services on 0208 758 7700 Green Office Tips: Did you ...
  • December 5, 2011

    Green Office News: Free Recycling Service London (Office)
    Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a free recycling service to clients. Our London Recycling service only operates in London. To find out more about how your office can benefit from our free recycling service or for more information about recycling at work why not contact wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies on 0208 758 7700. Green Office ...
  • December 5, 2011

    Green Office News: More needs to be done to tackle climate change
    According to a new study carried out by a US Scientific group, the earth is still getting warmer. This group has also found evidence that the changes in sea temperature in the North Atlantic have been affecting the earth’s average temperature every year. Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies believes that more needs to be done to ...
  • December 2, 2011

    Green plans put Britain ahead of race to cut CO2
    Britain is on target to reduce carbon emissions by a third by 2020 according to the climate chance secretary. Chris Huhne said, even without the contracting, green policies would deliver a 34 percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by the end of this decade. This is great news for companies that have been actively reducing their ...
  • December 2, 2011

    London recycling service direct to your door
    Whether you’re big or small, product intensive or service intensive Wiles Greenworld can offer you a recycling service that is second to none. We are the premiere London office supplies company that collects waste as part of deliveries and have been doing so for over 20 years. No matter your requirements we endeavour to help. To ...
  • December 1, 2011

    GREEN OFFICE NEWS: Green Office/ Eco-Friendly Office Furniture
    It is possible to buy affordable eco-friendly office furniture in London. Wiles Greenworld London Office supplies provides affordable eco-friendly office furniture that’s guaranteed to brighten up your office. We also have a range of other eco-friendly office supplies and green products that can meet all of your office needs. To find out more about having a ...
  • December 1, 2011

    Honda Unveils All-Electric Fit EV
    Giant car manufacturer Honda has unveiled its electric version of the popular Fit hatchback. Designed to meet the needs of the average urban driver, the 100 percent electric Honda Fit EV was unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies distributor has learned that the 2013 Fit EV is powered ...
  • November 30, 2011

    Green Office News: Free Recycling Service for London Offices
    A recent report claimed that if London recycled at least 60% of its waste then over £63 million could be saved annually. Recycling is one of the best ways forward for Waste Reduction. Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies understands the importance of Recycling and offers a free recycling service to clients in the London area. For more ...
  • November 30, 2011

    Green office tips for Christmas
    December is almost upon us once again and that means Christmas parties, decorations and lots of wine bottles. Wiles Greenworld the London-based environmental office supplies distributor has some tips to make your Christmas more eco friendly. Save on Christmas card costs and a few trees by sending e-cards instead of paper cards. When putting up the ...
  • November 29, 2011

    A green office for Christmas
    Following news that the British economy may suffer a double-dip recession next year now is the perfect time to improve efficiency and reduce cost. Establishing a green office not only makes financial sense but also has substantial environmental benefits. Wiles Greenworld Is London’s green office supplies company that provides environmental consultancy and a free recycling service. ...
  • November 29, 2011

    Green Office News: Waste Reduction/ Environmental Consultancy Service
    According to a recent report £580 million is spent on managing London’s waste. Furthermore, half of the money spent goes towards landfill costs. Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies also offers an environmental consultancy service and we can also help you draw up a waste reduction policy. For more information on Waste Reduction and Green Office Management why ...
  • November 28, 2011

    Green Office News: Free Recycling Service for Clients
    Green Office Supplies: London Recycling Service/waste reduction Did you know that Wiles Greenworld offers a free recycling service to all clients? Our award winning recycling service is guaranteed to meet all of your office recycling needs. To find out more about our free recycling service or waste reduction please call Wiles Greenworld office supplies London on 0207 ...
  • November 28, 2011

    Green Office News: ‘Waste Not Want Not’
    According to a recent article London’s recycling performance has improved however most boroughs in London fail to meet the average recycling rate in the UK. This report concluded that there still a lot more work that needs to be done. Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies offers a free recycling service to clients in the London area. ...
  • November 25, 2011

    Say it with environmental accreditation
    With everyone claiming to be a green company it can be challenging to segregate your business from the pretenders. Wiles Greenworld, the truly green office supplies company based in London offers a viable alternative for companies looking to prove their environmental and carbon reduction commitment. The environmental office supplies company has shown its dedication to sustainability ...
  • November 25, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld says reduce, recycle, reuse
    Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies company that recycles over 50 tons of waste collected from customers has some advice for companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint. Start with reducing consumption, every year thousands of tonnes of office supplies are thrown into landfill to root. Wiles Greenworld is an environmental office supplies company that offers ...
  • November 24, 2011

    Green Office News: Electricity Prices set to Increase
    According to a recent article electricity prices are set to increase by 27% by 2020. This could lead to an increase of £280 spent on electricity per household. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London understands that offices are seeking to keep their costs low. With cheap office supplies, recycled office supplies and eco-friendly office supplies, you can ...
  • November 24, 2011

    Introducing glass recycling
    It is estimated that more than fifty percent of glass products used in London offices end up at the landfill. To change this statistic, Wiles Greenworld the environmental office supplies distributor known thought London for environmental office supplies and great service has launched glass recycling. Now customers can have their old glass products collected during deliveries ...
  • November 23, 2011

    London’s premiere recycling collector
    To many Wiles Greenworld is a London office supplies company and the provider of eco friendly office furniture but many don’t know about the company’s recycling at work scheme. No matter your size Wiles Greenworld can offer you a recycling service designed to help you achieve carbon reduction and run a more eco friendly office. Furthermore we ...
  • November 23, 2011

    Recycle with confidence
    Whether you need general recycling or confidential waste shredding one company guarantees quality, security and integrity. This company is Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies company that collects recycling when it delivers. As London’s green office supplies distributor and recycling collector Wiles Greenworld can help you become more sustainable in your everyday operations. Our extensive range ...
  • November 22, 2011

    Green Office News: Office Stationery Supplies
    Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London has a range of eco-friendly office furniture and eco-friendly office supplies that are guaranteed to meet all of your office needs. We also have a range of recycled office supplies, paper office supplies and office desk supplies. For more information about out stationery supplies why not contact our London office on ...
  • November 22, 2011

    CO2 Levels reach record high
    Greenhouse gas emissions reached a record high according to a new report Wiles Greenworld the environmental office supplies distributor has learned. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has risen by 39 per cent since the start of the industrial revolution. The alarming statistics highlight the need to reduce carbon emissions to ensure we actively contribute towards minimising our ...
  • November 21, 2011

    Green Office News: Bike recycling Service in South London
    A bike recycling service run by homeless people in London has opened today. This new service is run by a small team in Clapham south London, who collects old bicycles, fixes them and reuses them. Wiles Greenworld office supplies London also understands the importance of recycling. Wiles Greenworld offers a free recycling service to clients in ...
  • November 21, 2011

    Green office supplies made easy
    Paying a fortune to be green? Finding it tough to source quality environmental office supplies? Wiles Greenworld is here to help. Wiles Greenworld is a London office supplies distributor with an extensive range of environmental office supplies and free recycling service. Whether you’re looking for recycled pens, FSC certified paper or recycled tonners, Wiles Greenworld can ...
  • November 18, 2011

    GREEN OFFICE NEWS: Green Businesses creates jobs
    According to a recent article, green businesses and renewable energy industries can create 9.5 million jobs for the Chinese economy. This will create a more sustainable future for China. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London is one of the few companies leading Britain towards a sustainable economy. Our range of green office products, eco-friendly office supplies and ...
  • November 18, 2011

    Welsh Government beats 10:10 target
    The Welsh Government has reduced its carbon emissions by 11% since last year beating its commitment to the 10:10 campaign. As part of the carbon reduction scheme whose members also include Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor, public and private organisations pledge to reduce emissions by 10% per year. The success of the Welsh Government follows the ...
  • November 17, 2011

    GREEN OFFICE NEWS: Office Recycling London
    The environmental Secretary has recently announced that ‘households can save £50 a month by finding ways around throwing perfectly edible food’. This announcements comes after a recent report from a waste reduction agency claiming that consumers now throw away approximately 1 million tonnes of less food every year than we were three years ago. As well ...
  • November 17, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld represents small business at IEMA sustainable business conferences
    Considerable challenges are being faced by organisations in the transition to a low carbon economy. The 2011 IEMA conference focused on the role that environmental professionals play in helping business organisations meet environmental and sustainability requirements. The two day event covered environmental management, waste reduction, renewable energy and sustainable development. Representatives from both the public and ...
  • November 16, 2011

    Green office News: Recycling Furniture at Work saves £14m a year.
    According to a recent report businesses who recycle their office furniture save on average 14million a year leading to carbon reduction and less waste. Instead of buying new and expensive office furniture opting for recycled office supplies is saving money for business. Wiles Greenworld Office Recycled Office Suppliers London has a range of Recycled office Supplies ...
  • November 16, 2011

    Green office News: Waste Reduction- Less food being thrown away
    According to a recent report from a waste reduction body, consumers are throwing away 1 million tonnes of less food a year than we were three years ago. Falling household incomes are also forcing people to recycle leftovers. Recycling at work is just as important. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a Free Recycling Service to ...
  • November 15, 2011

    Green Office News: Recycling at Work – Recycled office supplies
    Recycled Office Supplies. According to a recent report it takes 2.5 tonnes of carbon emissions to make 1 ton of office furniture. Have you considered buying recycled office supplies? Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London has a range of eco-friendly office supplies and eco-friendly office furniture that can meet all of your daily needs. To find out more ...
  • November 14, 2011

    Green Office News: Recycling Service London
    Did you know that Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a Free Recycling Service to clients in the London area? Some of the office supplies we recycle include paper, batteries and compact discs. Also, as a recycled officer supplier, we also have a range of recycled office supplies and other green products which include eco-friendly office ...
  • November 14, 2011

    Affordable London office supplies
    London is renowned for being an expensive city. It is amongst the 20 most expensive cities in the world but that doesn’t mean London businesses should bear the brunt of the expense, especially when buying office supplies. If you’re looking for affordable and environmentally friendly office supplies make sure Wiles Greenworld is you partner of choice. ...
  • November 11, 2011

    EDF fined for spying on Greenpeace
    Energy giant EDF was fined 1.5 million Euros by a French court for spying on Greenpeace campaigners. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor can also report that two EDF employees were jailed for their involvement in the espionage. The news is a major blow to EDF who has supported the slogan “it’s not easy being green” ...
  • November 11, 2011

    Green Office News: London Office Supplies
    Wiles Greenworld Green Office Supplies London not only has many environmental credentials but a whole range of stationery supplies that can meet all of your office needs. Not only do we have an eco-friendly office and provide environmental office supplies, but we also help our clients to have an energy efficient and environmental office by offering ...
  • November 10, 2011

    Green Office News: Green Products
    Green office news: Green products Are you looking for green office supplies? Look no further. Wiles Greenworld London Office Suppliers offers a range of eco-friendly office supplies including, eco-friendly office furniture, paper office supplies, office desk supplies, green products and other eco- friendly stationery supplies. For more information please call Wiles Greenworld Green Office Suppliers London on ...
  • November 10, 2011

    Recycling news: 10% of weekly food goes in the bin
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor offers food composting and recycling opportunities to all their customers. The service is necessary as the company has learned that the average British person bins almost 10% of their weekly shop, with 8% wasting up to a quarter of the food they regularly buy, according to new research from ...
  • November 9, 2011

    Green office supplies in London
    Get all your green stationery supplies from Wiles Greenworld, you local stationery supplies company. No matter what your requirements, the London office supplies company can help. With over 75 years experience in office stationery supplies Wiles Greenworld is your one stop shop for all your stationery needs and guarantees quality, competitive pricing and integrity. Green office tip: ...
  • November 9, 2011

    Eco-friendly at work
    Did you know that Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a free recycling service to clients? Our free office recycling Service is available to clients in the London area and we also offer a confidential shredding service too. For more information about our Free Recycling service or Green Office Management please contact Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies ...
  • November 8, 2011

    Green Office News: Environmental Office- Office Stationery suppliers in London
    It is possible to have an Eco-friendly Office. Wiles Greenworld Office stationery supplies in London provides a wide range of Eco-friendly Office Supplies to clients in the London area. Our stationery supplies include paper office supplies, office desk supplies and other green products. For more information about having an eco friendly office call wiles Greenworld office ...
  • November 8, 2011

    London recycling service
    Did you know that you could benefit from the free recycling service offered by Wiles Greenworld? If you are a London-based company and want to improve recycling at work contact us to take advantage of our office recycling London scheme. We can even offer you competitively priced recycled office supplies to meet all your needs. To ...
  • November 7, 2011

    Green Office News: Eco-Friendly Office
    Eco-Friendly Office- Did you know that Wiles Greenworld Office Suppliers London also provides recycled office supplies? Our range of recycled office supplies, eco-friendly office furniture and eco friendly supplies ensures that you will have a minimal impact on the environment. For more office information on green office management why not contact Wiles Greenworld office supplies London ...
  • November 7, 2011

    Cloud computing makes offices more energy efficient
    Cloud computing is a new way of remote server storage which enables organisations big and small to cut costs, establish an energy efficient office and operate more sustainably. The beauty of “the cloud” is that an organisation can easily access all their data through their internet connection without the physical servers being located in their ...
  • November 4, 2011

    Green office News: London Recycling Service
    Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies in London offers a free recycling service to all our clients. The London Recycling Service is only available to clients based in or around the London area. We also have a confidential shredding service too. This isn’t limited to paper, we can also collect confidential CDs, DVDs, and tapes. For more information ...
  • November 3, 2011

    Green Office News: Green Office Suppliers London
    Are you looking for Office Stationery supplies? Look no further. Wiles Greenworld Green Office Suppliers have a broad range of recycled office supplies, paper office supplies, office desk supplies and green products that can meet all of your daily business needs. To find out more about our paper office supplies or our stationery supplies why not ...
  • November 3, 2011

    Green Office News: Green Office management
    Having an energy efficient office isn’t as expensive as you may think. If you would like to have an energy efficient office and receive some green office tips, Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London has a Sustainable Development Director who offers an environmental consultancy service to help you reduce the impact of your business on the ...
  • November 2, 2011

    Green Office News: Stationery Supplies
    Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London has been providing stationery supplies to clients in the London area since 1935. Our quick delivery, broad range of green products, recycled office supplies and excellent customer service ensures that we can meet all of daily business needs. For more information please contact wiles Greenworld office supplies London on 0208 758 ...
  • November 2, 2011

    Green Office News: Eco-friendly Office Furniture
    However large or small your requirements, Wiles Greenworld London Office Supplies have a range of eco-friendly furniture and eco-friendly office supplies that can meet all of your specific business needs. We also have a team of specialists who can also assist you with your workplace assessment. To find out more about our eco-friendly furniture or eco-friendly ...
  • November 1, 2011

    Green Office News: Recycling at Work
    Recycling at work doesn’t have to be a hassle or expensive. Wiles Greenworld Office Supplies London offers a Free Recycling Service to all our clients in the London Area. Our easy to use free recycling service ensures that your waste is disposed of safely at a time which is convenient to you. We also offer ...
  • November 1, 2011

    Green Office News: Waste Reduction
    Looking to for ways to reduce your carbon footprint? Look no further than Wiles Greenworld. The London office supplies company has an environmental expertise and its Sustainable Development Director is committed to increasing environmental performance in the workplace by looking at the following areas, carbon reduction, sustainability and Waste Reduction. Wiles Greenworld can help you ...
  • October 31, 2011

    Green economy thriving
    The global economy might be struggling but the green economy in London is doing considerably better according to the Mayor of London. Mr Johnson declared that London’s green economy is thriving and continuing to grow – despite the economic downturn. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies and recycling company welcomed the report that was commissioned by the ...
  • October 31, 2011

    Green inside and out
    Wiles Greenworld is London’s leading office supplies distributor with a particularly profound emphasis on green office products and the environment. Having been accredited to ISO standard for nearly a decade, we have always considered the environmental impact of our operations. Realising the carbon impact of our distribution enabled us to arrange SAFED training for all ...
  • October 28, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld goes pink for Cancer Research UK
    Wiles Greenworld the environmental office supplies company based in London is raising money for Cancer Research UK all day today. Amongst the fund raising activities, employees have been asked to wear pink to work, name the duck to win a special prize and pay for tea and coffee to raise funds. The day is in recognition ...
  • October 28, 2011

    Green your business with Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company based in West London is continuously looking for ways to become less energy intensive. By operating green office management best practice and procedures and regularly educating the workforce Wiles Greenworld has been able to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage. Simple investments such as sensored lighting, minimal printing and ...
  • October 27, 2011

    World population explodes to 7 Billion
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor has discovered that this month marks the increase of the world population to over 7 billion. The news comes as the population in China and India continues to grow. The growth casts doubt in the ability of the planet to sustain our existence. There are currently over 2 billion people ...
  • October 27, 2011

    Corporate social responsibility in business
    With environmental and social concerns constantly making the news it is reassuring to know that some companies take their social responsibility very seriously. Wiles Greenworld is the London office supplies company that provides cheap office supplies that are sustainably and ethically. Whether you need FSC certified paper or eco friendly office furniture Wiles Greenworld won’t let ...
  • October 26, 2011

    Your sustainable office supplies distributor
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company offer a range of environmental products and services to companies based within the London area. Products range from office supplies, computer supplies, office interiors, printed stationery, catering & cleaning supplies, audio visual and personalised gifts. Our aim is to promote green products wherever possible therefore having minimal ...
  • October 25, 2011

    Future of solar energy in trouble?
    The future of solar energy has been cast in doubt as the coalition government considers slashing the subsidy for feed-in tariffs (FITs), which pay homeowners for producing energy. The Department of Energy may cut up to 75% in FITs, which insiders said would ‘kill the industry stone dead’. An announcement is expected by the end of the ...
  • October 25, 2011

    Go Green with Wiles Greenworld
    It’s energy savers week all this week and now is the perfect opportunity to save energy and go green with Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies distributor. Reduce your waste by having it taken away. Wiles Greenworld offers paper, cardboard, plastic, metal can, IT, Battery and a number of other recycling services all free of ...
  • October 24, 2011

    Energy savers week
    Wiles Greenworld the environmental office supplies company invites you to partake in energy savers week all this week. Save money, save energy and save the planet by reducing the amount of energy you use. Whether you walk to the shops, put on a jumper instead of turning the heating on or just have a shower ...
  • October 24, 2011

    Energy savers week green tips
    Make it a habit to think before your print, could this be read or stored online instead? Make it a policy to post employee manual, procedures and company policies online, rather than distributing paper copies. Make it a policy to only purchase green office products that is office supplies that are made from recycled materials or ...
  • October 21, 2011

    Fuel poverty to cause thousands of deaths
    Despite the recent bursts of sunshine winter is almost upon us and this year we’re expecting freezing temperatures from mid November onwards. For many of us this will mean winter coats, gloves and central heating. However, for many others the latter will be a luxury which they will have to go without. A report into fuel ...
  • October 21, 2011

    Climate change confirmed
    It seems that Wiles Greenworld was right the Earth’s surface really is getting warmer, a new analysis by a US scientific group set up in the wake of the “Climategate” affair has concluded. The Berkeley Earth Project has used new methods and some new data, but finds the same warming trend seen by groups such as ...
  • October 20, 2011

    Low-Carbon business innovation
    As energy prices continue to rise and the economy shows no signs of recovery companies that contrive ways to grow while reducing the carbon impact of their products can not only survive, but flourish despite uncertain times. A recent study identifies several best practices that are key to low-carbon innovation. Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies ...
  • October 20, 2011

    Coalition’s environmental commitments fades as solar cuts are announced
    When the Tories entered the coalition Government “vote blue, go green” were the words of David Cameron as he showed enthusiasm for tackling climate change. However, fears have grown that they government is retreating from its position due to the financial difficulties currently being faced by the country’s economic climate. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor ...
  • October 19, 2011

    Coal power costs households £300 a year
    Plans to build new fossil fuel power plants instead of investing in renewable energy looks set to add £300 per year onto energy bills, according to a recent report from Friends of the Earth. The green group has said the UK faces an annual bill of £8 billion to £13 billion extra for gas and coal ...
  • October 19, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld celebrating success
    This week sees the Wiles Greenworld year in review when the company evaluates its corporate performance, sustainable development plan and acknowledges its loyal customers and suppliers. The now annual event welcomes employees from every department as well as green staff that work from home to get together and reflect one the year’s achievements. The managing Director, ...
  • October 18, 2011

    Environmental consultancy
    At Wiles Greenworld, London-based green office supplies we have our own IEMA qualified Sustainable Development Director who can help you to address environmental issues within your organisation. By addressing environmental issues in your office you can be confident of your compliance with legal requirements and can achieve cost savings by implementing an environmental management system. In ...
  • October 17, 2011

    Engage Employees in Sustainability
    Committing to sustainability, and taking action on it, is a critical element of today’s corporate world, but without getting employees on board through a successful internal communications program, green and other social good initiatives are much less likely to succeed. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor obtained the following tips from a Senior Vice President at ...
  • October 17, 2011

    Free insulation
    Britain’s largest energy provider has launched a new package of measures to ease the burden of rising energy prices on domestic and business customers. However, British Gas also warned that over the longer term energy prices would go up because of the cost of imported gas. Among the measures in British Gas’ £100 million ‘Warmer Winter’ ...
  • October 14, 2011

    Energy companies giving wrong advice to customers
    The big six energy companies have been giving customers the wrong information about the cheapest tariffs available. The discovery was made by a recent investigation into their sales patters. The undercover investigation was carried out by consumer organisation Which? An investigator from the magazine called each of the ‘Big Six’ 12 times in one week asking ...
  • October 14, 2011

    Energy profits soar
    The energy watchdog has revealed a number of measures designed to encourage more competition in the industry and simplify bills while also releasing details of soaring profits for power companies. Energy profits have increased to £125 from just £15 a few months ago, according to the industry regulator said today. Ofgem wants to give consumers a ...
  • October 13, 2011

    Sunday-timesWiles Greenworld sustainable office supplies
    Wiles Greenworld is delighted by the number of customers profiling our company on their websites, newsletters and other publications. Below is a recent newsletter feature by one of our customers. Wiles Greenworld has been the preferred partner for graphics supplies and stationery for well over a decade; a strong relationship has been built not just because ...
  • October 13, 2011

    Printed stationery supplies
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in London we offer a range of products and services to suit all your business needs. Our printed stationery range includes some of the following, business cards, letterheads, compliment slips, delivery notes, invoices, internal forms and printed carbonless pads. Our printers are also very aware about their ...
  • October 12, 2011

    Sustainability plan by Sainsbury’s
    Food retailer Sainsbury’s plans to double the amount of British food it sells and boost its provision of fairly traded products under a wide-ranging £1bn sustainability plan launched on Wednesday. The retailer, which has more than 20 million customers and around 1,000 stores in the UK, said it was the most ambitious and far-reaching programme ever ...
  • October 12, 2011

    Boiler that recovers energy
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies has learned of the launch of a new boiler that claims to recover 15% of waste energy to pre-heat domestic water or space heating using condensing technology. The Quitna Eco Plus developed by Remeha Commercial aims to provide a solution to rising fuel prices, profitability and government legislation targets. Using condensing ...
  • October 11, 2011

    Mars to offer sustainable chocolate
    Maltesers is set to become Mars’ first fair-trade brand as part of the company’s long term commitment to support the sustainable production of cocoa. Mars said that Maltesers will account for a 10% increase in total UK Fairtrade sales and will contribute £640000 a year to Fairtrade cocoa farmers for investing in their farms and ...
  • October 11, 2011

    Barbie goes green
    Wiles Greenworld the London office supplies distributor has learned that as part of its new environmental commitments, Mattel the maker of Barbie dolls is asking its suppliers to stop using wood fibre from companies “that are known to be involved in deforestation”. According to Greenpeace, one such company is the notorious Asia Pulp and Paper group ...
  • October 10, 2011

    Green homes
    Wiles Greenworld has learned of a new scheme which hopes to green deprived areas of a city through a series of scheme to massively cut its energy use. Homes in Derby in the Midlands could save more than £600 a year through a £6.6m scheme introduced by Derby City Council, Derby Homes and energy giant E.ON. The ...
  • October 10, 2011

    New waste treatment facility
    Wiles Greenworld stationery supplies welcomed news of the opening of a new waste treatment facility which cleans and recycles equipment from North Sea oil and gas operations affected by naturally occurring radioactive materials in Scotland. The Nuvia SITA NORM site opened on the 4th of October near Peterhead at the Stoneyhill Resource Recovery Park and has ...
  • October 9, 2011

    Is Britain cutting back on energy saving technologies?
    More than 45% of households would prefer to put their money in the bank than invest on greener technologies. This was the result of a recent survey conducted by ICM research for the Energy savers Trust. A total of 2086 households took part in the survey. Despite the fact that energy prices have almost doubled since ...
  • October 7, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld is BSI accredited
    You cannot afford to have an office supplies company who is unreliable, but how do you know if they can deliver on their promises and if their green claims are true? At Wiles Greenworld we have been BSI certificated in both quality management and environmental management for a number of years. Every year the British Standards ...
  • October 7, 2011

    Free WEEE recycling service
    Electrical retailers and distributors can save hundreds of pounds a year by taking advantage of a new free WEEE collection scheme, set up by kitchen appliance manufacturer Amica. Amica is offering electrical retailers and distributors a free collection and disposal service for electrical products, and will also collect any associated packaging for recycling. Under the arrangement, retailers ...
  • October 6, 2011

    Corporate identity for your business
    Would you consider enhancing your Corporate Identity? As the industry specialists in corporate printing, Wiles Greenworld is able to offer you unique watermarked printed stationery to enhance your company branding. At a very competitive cost you can be assured to gain security and prestige. Plus, you only need to order your normal quantities of print. Watermarked printed ...
  • October 5, 2011

    Osborne puts business ahead of climate change
    During the Conservative party conference George Osborne gave a clear indication he was putting business needs ahead of environmental policy. Speaking yesterday Mr Osborne told the Conservative party conference in Manchester that he couldn’t save the planet by ‘putting our country out of business’. The announcement was made less than a month after energy minister Chris Huhne, ...
  • October 5, 2011

    Green products from Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office supplies company is one of the leading office supplies distributors in the country, ranking in the top 50 out of over 4200 and in the top 5 in London. Wiles Greenworld is particularly recognised for environmental expertise through winning green awards, operating energy efficient operations, providing the greenest products available and ...
  • October 4, 2011

    Energy fears rise
    Wiles Greenworld the environmental office supplies company has discovered that households now own three times more appliances and gadgets than 20 years ago. The report has increased fears about energy costs going up. Without action by customers to change their addition to gadgets, households will not be doing their bit to cut emissions by 34% by ...
  • October 4, 2011

    Helping costumers become sustainable
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office supplies company offers environmental consultancy to customers, so that they can work together to become greener and achieve sustainable development. Items that Wiles Greenworld provides to customers include everything from general office supplies to catering supplies and printed stationery. With the aim of being a one stop shop for all business ...
  • October 3, 2011

    Cheap office supplies vs. green office supplies
    What is best for your business? Buying supplies at the lowest possible price to reduce your company’s short term costs or buying green stationery which has a considerably lower impact on the environment? While it may seem like the obvious answer is the cheaper office supplies in reality the greener option saves businesses considerably more ...
  • October 3, 2011

    Help becoming greener
    Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in West London is continuously looking for ways for employees to become greener. By operating green office management procedures and regularly educating the workforce Wiles Greenworld has been able to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage effectively within their environmental office. Simple procedures such as sensored lighting, minimal ...
  • September 30, 2011

    Talking bin being introduced in London and Liverpool
    A new scheme that uses famous voices to congratulate users for binning their rubbish is set to launch in London and Liverpool in October. As part of the scheme, over 20 talking rubbish and recycling bins will be trialled across Westminster and Liverpool from October 13 till Christmas. The bins will then tour the UK before ...
  • September 30, 2011

    Economy making offices green
    The age of austerity is making us more environmentally conscious at work, according to a national survey. The YouGov poll found that nearly half (47%) of UK office workers said that their offices have actively become greener as a result of the economic downturn. Fifty percent of office workers say they have personally become “greener” and ...
  • September 29, 2011

    Free recycling service
    Wouldn’t it be great if you could reduce your impact on the environment? Better still, wouldn’t it be good to reduce your impact at no cost to your business? Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company now offers free recycling at work. Whether you’re a small eco friendly organisation or a large firm looking to reduce ...
  • September 29, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld is your source for green office news
    The office supplies industry is changing and adapting to meet the needs of the modern business. Keeping track of the latest news and product offerings can be a real headache, Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company is your one stop shop for eco friendly office supplies and the latest green office news. Whether you’re looking for ...
  • September 28, 2011

    Eco Friendly Office Furniture that’s competitively priced
    Finding the right furniture at the right price can be tricky, time consuming and often a hassle, that’s where Wiles Greenworld comes in. The London office supplies company has over 75 years of selling green office products and eco friendly office furniture. With an extensive range of desks, chairs and cabinets Wiles Greenworld can meet all ...
  • September 28, 2011

    Want to run an energy efficient office? Talk to Wiles Greenworld
    Whether you’re an eco warrior or a penny pincher energy efficiency makes great sense. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor and environmental consultancy company knows a little something about efficiency. The green office supplies company has reduced its carbon footprint by an excess of 10% year on year while continuing to grow. The strategy employed by ...
  • September 27, 2011

    You don’t have to break the bank to buy eco friendly office supplies
    Green office supplies costs more, aren’t as good and their environmental benefits aren’t always known. These are all excuses used in the past to justify the purchase of non-green office supplies. However, times have changed and green office supplies have come a long way. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor says that eco friendly office supplies ...
  • September 27, 2011

    Green office supplies company wants more businesses to consider sustainability
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company that offers free recycling at work wants more businesses to stop the pursuit of short-term profit in favour of sustained growth. The environmental office supplies company says that the current economic crises should serve as a warning for businesses still retaining the traditional profit-driven mentality. The most successful businesses in ...
  • September 26, 2011

    SSE abandons plans for UK nuclear power plant
    Scottish and Southern Energy has pulled the plug on its UK nuclear project. A spokesman for the energy giant confirmed it is planning on pulling out of a consortium, which includes Iberdrola and GDF Suez, by selling its 25% stake – although said it may become involved again in the future. The energy production company announced ...
  • September 26, 2011

    Huhne announces carbon reduction funding
    Chris Huhne has announced that £35m will be allocated to the development of innovative technologies that will help with the reduction of carbon emissions. Huhne outlined details of how £200 million of funding – made available in the November 2010 Spending Review – will be used to make the country more energy efficient. More that £60 ...
  • September 23, 2011

    Cycling boosts economy by £3 billion
    Cycling in Britain generates almost £3billion a year for the British economy, according to a report by the London School of Economics. The figure takes into account factors such as bicycle manufacturing, retail and cycle-related employment. The report says £51m was raised for UK manufacturers from the 3.7 million cycles sold in 2010 – a rise ...
  • September 23, 2011

    Scientists working on making wind farms more efficient
    Scientists have been able to develop what could be a more efficient design of wind farms, which mimics a school of fish. According to research published in the Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy and conducted by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), by using wind turbines with a vertical axis, they are more efficient in ...
  • September 22, 2011

    Mayday Trust profiling: Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, the London-based office supplies distributor that was recently named a Sunday Times Best Green Company for the third year running has been recognised as leading by example by the Prince’s Mayday Trust. The feature, which includes an interview with Toby Robins, the Sustainable Development Director highlights the company’s commitment to changing employee behaviour ...
  • September 22, 2011

    Today is world car free day
    Every year on the 22nd of September people from around the world get together in the streets and neighborhoods to remind the world that we don’t have to accept our car-dominated society. The average European car produces over 4 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year. If we all walked to work we could reduce 4 ...
  • September 21, 2011

    We will be extinct if we don’t go green says Huhne
    Human beings face extinction unless carbon emissions are cut according to the energy secretary Chris Huhne. He rounded on Conservatives for climate change scepticism during his speech at the Liberal Democrat conference in Birmingham. “I can hardly pick up a Tory paper these days without whinge about energy and climate change policies,” he said. “But ...
  • September 21, 2011

    Honda opens hydrogen filling station
    Japanese motor company Honda has opened Britain’s first public hydrogen filling station in an effort to promote the development of eco-friendly vehicles. The car-maker’s site in Swindon which looks like any other regular filling station, will be run by industrial gases company BOC. Thomas Bachmann from Honda said: “Hydrogen fuel cell technology is the ultimate ...
  • September 20, 2011

    PAS2050 to help businesses assess the carbon footprint of goods and services
    PAS 2050 is a publicly available specification for assessing product life cycle greenhouse gas emissions prepared by the Carbon Trust Standard and BSI. The specification provides benefits for companies that include product lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions, a benchmark for measuring and communicating emissions reductions and support for corporate responsibility reporting. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor ...
  • September 19, 2011

    Green office tips for reducing waste to landfill
    The waste sent to landfill continues to be a big problem in today’s efforts for sustainability. With several hundred thousand tons of waste going to landfill every year businesses are responsible for over 40% of the waste. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor and environmental consultancy company that offer a free recycling service to its ...
  • September 19, 2011

    Recycling – Nobody does it better
    Quite simply you cannot afford to have an office supplies company who is unreliable, but how do you know if they can deliver on their promises and if their green claims are true? At Wiles Greenworld as well as having BSI certify that our systems meet International Standards, we hold our entire operation and procedures up ...
  • September 16, 2011

    Environmental legislation to hard to understand? Need a helping hand? Wiles Greenworld can help
    Recent months have seen an increase in the amount of environmental legislation being introduced by the European and local government. It can be hard to determine the legislation that you should be aware of and that which impacts you business. Lack of understanding is not adequate reasoning for not complying with legal requirements. Wiles Greenworld London ...
  • September 16, 2011

    Tips for greening your office
    With climate change and CO2 emissions high on the agenda it really is time to look at your organisation’s carbon footprint and take steps to reduce your environmental impact. Here are five easy to follow tips that will make a big difference to your environmental impact. Segregate office waste paper, packaging and shrink wrap and have ...
  • September 15, 2011

    Low carbon consultancy from Wiles Greenworld
    With the increasing cost of carbon emissions for businesses big and small can you really afford to ignore your corporate responsibility? Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor now offers environmental consultancy to meet all your waste reduction needs. Whether you have been enlightened and want to achieve carbon reductions or you are under pressure to increase ...
  • September 15, 2011

    Recession helped councils cut carbon emissions
    The majority of local councils saw carbon emissions fall in 2009. This was partly because of the economic downturn, according to new government figures released. Statistics published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) today reveal that emissions fell in 402 of the 406 local authorities in England, Wales and Scotland in 2009. Total emissions ...
  • September 14, 2011

    Banks told to back entrepreneurs seeking climate change solutions
    Improved access to funding will allow businesses and entrepreneurs to be the driving force behind solutions to climate change and cutting carbon emissions, the head of ‘catalytic initiative’ at the Carbon War Room said yesterday. Wiles Greenworld, London green office supplies and environmental office furniture supplies company welcomed the announcement which it believes will lead more ...
  • September 14, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company now offering confidential shredding
    We all know the importance of properly destroying confidential data and the severity of the consequences when we fail to take the necessary precautions to destroy sensitive information. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company that offers an extensive service to encourage recycling at work now offers a confidential shredding service. The environmental office supplies company can ...
  • September 13, 2011

    The secrets to carbon reduction and sustainability
    When it comes to carbon reduction and green office management everyone wants to know the secrets to success. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company that has achieved a carbon footprint reduction of 10% year on year says there are no secrets. The London office supplies company says that small changes make a big impact. By measuring ...
  • September 13, 2011

    Confidential Shredding Service by Wiles Greenworld the green office supplies company
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company we understand the importance of maintaining security on work related documents. Our confidential shredding service can assure you we take away your documents securely and shred them confidentially. We offer a range of lockable bins which can fit into your office environment. Why not give our sales office a ...
  • September 12, 2011

    UN leader wants governments to address climate change now
    The UN secretary Ban Ki-moon has called on the world’s governments to increase their efforts in lessoning the effects of climate change. Furthermore, he has asked governments to work harder to form an agreement at the climate summit in Durban in November. In a speech at Sydney University he stressed the importance of setting new climate ...
  • September 12, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld – The one stop shop for green office supplies and energy efficient office management
    Wiles Greenworld is London’s office supplies company that offers competitively priced office stationery supplies in London. The company which has over 75 year of experience in the provision of office supplies has been selling eco friendly office supplies since 1989. It has built up a loyal customer base to which it offers free recycling at ...
  • September 9, 2011

    Happy national organic month from Wiles Greenworld the green office supplies company in London
    National Organic Month is a month-long celebration of everything organic. It aims to bring farmers and consumers together and encourage them to give organic food a try. The celebration includes food festivals (where everyone can try organic food, wine tasting, “The Big Organic Eat-In”, “Dine Organic” and “Holiday Organic.” National Organic Month is organised by the ...
  • September 9, 2011

    London embracing carbon reduction for 2012
    One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Tower Bridge, is to get energy efficient LED lighting, reducing its energy consumption by 40%. The deal, which benefits from the Bridge House Estates charitable fund, will go ahead with no cost to the taxpayer. EDF Energy will be the lighting electricity supplier for Tower Bridge and will match every unit ...
  • September 8, 2011

    Green news: Tesco achieves renewables certification
    Tesco, the British food retailer has achieved accreditation for its installation of waste-to-energy systems at two stores. Tesco has become the first retailer to produce biofuel certified under the government’s Renewables Obligation scheme and Ofgem has now allowed the store to issue Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) for the fuel. “To receive such exclusive recognition by the government ...
  • September 8, 2011

    Environmental accreditation key to organisational success
    Are you looking to improve the quality of your organisations performance? Is the environment a key consideration in your company? Now is the time to begin implementing a Quality Management System and an Environmental Management System. Seeking ISO accreditation provides your company with assurance that you meet, and will continue to meet, your quality and ...
  • September 7, 2011

    One in three members of the public still don’t recycle
    One in three members of the public say they don’t recycle – even though 95% of people think recycling is important, according to new research. According to a poll of 2,000 people by packing manufacturer Tetra Pak to determine recycling habits revealed that 40% of respondents don’t recycle everyday, with more than half of respondents ...
  • September 7, 2011

    Environmental consultancy from Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company have their very own Sustainable Development Director (FRSA, AIEMA) who helps customers address environmental considerations within an organisation. By implementing an environmental management system customers can be confident that cost savings will be realised through the elimination of waste, that business can be won or retained as the ...
  • September 6, 2011

    Improve your corporate identity with our range of products.
    Need a company face lift? Would you consider enhancing your Corporate Identity? As the industry specialists in Corporate Papers, Wiles Greenworld is able to offer you unique watermarked printed stationery in order to enhance your company branding. At a very competitive cost you can be assured to gain security and prestige. Plus, you only need to ...
  • September 6, 2011

    Green office news: London businesses keen to recycle and buy green office supplies
    According to new research by Wiles Greenworld London office supplies and green stationery supplies distributor more businesses in London are now recycling at work. The company conducted a study of over 300 London based businesses and found that the majority were worried about sustainability and their carbon footprint. Many of the organisations that took part in ...
  • September 5, 2011

    Green office management from Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company promotes green office management and sustainability. Through the provision of green office products and using green/alternative technologies within their West London based office, costs are saved and sustainable development is supported. Wiles Greenworld also offers environmental consultancy to customers, helping them achieve environmental accreditation and become greener as well ...
  • September 5, 2011

    Greening the office
    Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company based in West London is continuously looking for ways to become greener. By operating green office management best practice and procedures and regularly educating the workforce Wiles Greenworld has been able to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage. Simple investments such as sensored lighting, minimal printing and alternative fuel ...
  • September 2, 2011

    Girls waste over 50 billion litres of water per year
    According to figures from Thames Water women waste in excess of 50 billion litres of water while in the shower each year. One of the most water intensive activities participated in by women was leg shaving. The utility company that conducted the study has asked women to turn the water off when grooming in the ...
  • September 2, 2011

    Battery recycling from London office supplies company
    Did you know that it is against the law to dispose of batteries in the general waste bin? Despite warnings from governments and battery manufacturers some people continue to ignore the seriousness that the hazardous waste that comes from batteries causes the environment. Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company offers free recycling at work which ...
  • September 1, 2011

    Environmental office supplies and free recycling in London
    London is one of the most dynamic cities in Europe, with over a hundred nationalities and a thousand businesses operating in and around the London area. With the hustle and bustle of the second busiest city in Europe it can be particularly difficult to find a recycling company that meets the needs of smaller businesses. ...
  • September 1, 2011

    ISO9001Wiles Greenworld London office supplies company quality assurance
    Wiles Greenworld has been proudly certificated to the International Quality Management Standard since November 2000 thereby giving customers reassurance and guarantee that our service levels are exceptional, consistently. Our range of key performance indicators, speed of answering calls, measurement of lost calls, pickings errors, order entry errors, stock accuracy, achieved promised time of deliveries all ...
  • August 31, 2011

    Driving at 70mph uses 15% more fuel says green office supplies company
    Wiles Greenworld London office supplies distributor and environmental consultant has learned that driving at 70mph uses 15% more fuel than driving at 50mph. The company, which operates many of its delivery vehicles on alternative fuel, takes a common-sense approach to fuel management. The sustainability focused company that encourages corporate responsibility, recycling at work and use of ...
  • August 31, 2011

    Green stationery supplies company offering free recycling in London
    Recycling waste is no longer a voluntary act participated in by businesses concerned about sustainability and corporate responsibility. As more legislation is introduced businesses are expected to increase recycling at work and reduce their carbon footprint. The landfill tax is increasing every year and soon it will make it incredibly expensive to dispose of waste. Wiles ...
  • August 30, 2011

    Sunday-timesWiles Greenworld scooped 2nd place in The Sunday Times Best Green Companies 2011
    Now in its fourth year, The Sunday Times Best Green Companies awards, sets out to identify and celebrate the achievements of British businesses that are striving to improve their environmental performance. The Green List 2011 was published on Sunday 12 June in The Sunday Times. In the listing Wiles Greenworld was awarded first place for ...
  • August 30, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld always lowering emissions
    Almost half of the London based offices Supplies Company, Wiles Greenworld’s Carbon Emissions come from its distribution fleet, so it uses vehicles that run on alternative fuel and treats its clients’ waste as a ‘backload’ rather than making collections on separate trips. Staff are also encouraged to avoid unnecessary travel by working from home (30% of ...
  • August 26, 2011

    Five tips to Green in the office
    Tip number one – Artificial lighting accounts for 44% of the electricity use in office buildings. Remember to turn off lights when leaving a room, utilize natural light and use energy saving bulbs and fixtures which use at least two thirds less energy that regular lighting. Install timers or motion sensors that automatically shut off ...
  • August 26, 2011

    Green office supplies distributor celebrating world water week
    World Water Week is hosted and organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place each year in Stockholm. The World Water Week has been the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues since 1991. Each year the World Water Week addresses a particular theme to enable a deeper examination of a specific ...
  • August 25, 2011

    When it comes to green office supplies, recycling at work and corporate responsibility you can be sure that nobody does it better
    At Wiles Greenworld as well as having BSI certify that our systems meet International Standards, we hold our entire operation and procedures up for scrutiny by panels of expert judges. We don’t bother with industry awards (where’s the challenge in that?). Instead we have our fleet operations judged by the distribution industry itself, our recycling ...
  • August 25, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld environmental company
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company is the only eco friendly office supplies distributor to have their very own Sustainable Development Director (FRSA, AIEMA) who helps customers address environmental considerations within an organisation. By implementing an environmental management system customers can be confident that cost savings will be realised through the reduction of waste, ...
  • August 24, 2011

    Eco friendly electric car to make UK debut
    A new range of electric vehicles aimed at the urban market will be unveiled in London next month with plans to launch them onto the UK market by early 2012. mia electric will showcase its three ‘Microbus’ electric vehicles (EVs), which have been designed with the business market in mind, at the EcoVelocity motor show ...
  • August 24, 2011

    Britain’s biggest retailers rolling out newly certified biofuel
    Britain’s biggest supermarket chain Tesco is planning to introduce biofuel to help power its UK stores after certification by the Government’s energy watchdog that it is 100 per cent renewable. Tesco was granted a Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) by Ofgem that confirms the bio-ethanol contains no traces of fossil fuels and enables Tesco to benefit from ...
  • August 23, 2011

    Britain’s law firms will advocate corporate carbon targets
    The legal sector in Britain has recently launched a major new climate change initiative that should see almost a third of solicitors and law firms in England and Wales announce public carbon emissions targets. The Law Society’s Legal Sector Alliance (LSA) group, which currently has over 200 member firms that have publicly committed to measure their ...
  • August 23, 2011

    Farmers outlines plan for carbon footprint reduction
    The UK’s agricultural industry has outlined a roadmap for how it will achieve a three-million tonne cut in greenhouse gas emissions from 2018 to 2022. Backed by 16 organisations in the sector, the plan highlights how increasing imports would simply shift where CO2 was produced, rather than reducing it. Instead, the focus must be on all members ...
  • August 22, 2011

    Green office supplies
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company promotes a green office environment. Through selling green office products and using green/alternative technologies within their West London based office, costs are saved and sustainable development is supported. Wiles Greenworld, Environmental expert, Toby Robins also offers environmental consultancy to customers, helping them become greener, by transforming their offices and ...
  • August 22, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld free recycling service for customers
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office Supplies Company offers a free of charge recycling service to their customers within the London area, which not only saves customers money but is also better for the environment! By collecting recycling when they deliver goods to customers, cost and carbon are taken out of the loop and these are savings ...
  • August 19, 2011

    Species go on the run from the climate
    Animals and plants are fleeing the effects of climate change far faster than first expected, new research suggests. Animal species are starting to move away from the Earth’s warm equatorial belt at a rate equivalent to 20 cm (8 inches) per hour, a team of British-led scientists claimed. “This has been going on for the last ...
  • August 19, 2011

    Eco friendly cheap office supplies in London
    Whether you’re a small start up company or a large national organisation, everyone is feeling the pinch in the current economic crises. With many companies cutting cost left, right and centre it may seem that being green is not an option with such impossibly tight budgets. However, many London businesses are reducing costs and improving ...
  • August 18, 2011

    Businesses doing their bit to save energy
    A growing number of businesses are taking action to save energy, a survey from the Forum of Private Business (FPB) shows. According the survey results, 41 per cent of firms have streamlined business processes to make them more efficient, while 28 per cent have reduced energy use. In addition to this a further 28 per cent of ...
  • August 18, 2011

    Free recycling at work from Wiles Greenworld office supplies London
    In the current economic climate, business organisations are looking for ways to reduce their operation expenses and their carbon footprint in an attempt to become more energy efficient. According to a recent report landfill tax is set to increase even further this year so it’s no wonder businesses are looking to reduce waste and increase recycling ...
  • August 17, 2011

    Green office supplies company says carbon offsetting is vital for green business
    Growth in the world’s population and increasing consumption is expected to lead to a threefold rise in energy demand during the next century, which is thought will lead to a 2 to 4º centigrade increase in average global temperature. Scientific consensus is that we need to reduce emissions by 80% in the next 50 years ...
  • August 17, 2011

    Rail fair increases anger green groups
    The Government’s recent announcement that it plans to increase rail fares by eight per cent next year has infuriated several green groups, who have warned the latest rise in ticket prices offers commuters no incentive to ditch their cars in favour of lower carbon transport. The increased cost of season tickets until 2014 are set at ...
  • August 16, 2011

    Surrey council meets 50% recycling target 10 years earlier than planned
    The council of Surrey has succeeded in achieving a 50% recycling rate for household waste a full decade before planned. Councils in England are now required to recycle at least half of the household waste they collect by 2020. Improved community recycling centres and extended opening hours were just two of the contributors to the council’s success. ...
  • August 16, 2011

    Environmental agency cuts emissions by 20%
    The Environment Agency has achieved a cut in carbon emissions by almost a fifth since 2006-7, including reducing its office waste by 18% and sending 66% less to landfill. New figures released in the agency’s first internal environment management update show that during the past five years, the organisation has also reduced its mileage by 33%, ...
  • August 15, 2011

    Green office tips: Why recycling at work is so important
    Recycling at work is beneficial to the environment as recycling materials normally uses less energy than generating from scratch and diverting material from landfill reduces the amount of harmful greenhouse gasses. It’s motivating as people like to be able to recycle at work as they do at home. Once staff see how seriously their employers ...
  • August 15, 2011

    India’s prime minister supporting green reforms
    The prime minister of India Manmohan Singh has today outlined his government’s plans for a more robust environmental protection regime backed by a new green watchdog tasked with cracking down on illegal or environmentally damaging developments. Speaking as part of his annual Independence Day address, Singh confirmed plans, that he announced last month, to launch a ...
  • August 12, 2011

    London office supplies company encouraging battery recycling
    Every year Britain throws away more than 620 million batteries. Laid end to end these batteries would reach from the UK to Australia and back again. That is a lot of batteries. Batteries can be found in every room in the house and in every office in the country. They’re used in toys, remote controls, mobile ...
  • August 12, 2011

    ISO14001What is ISO 14001?
    The ISO 14001 International standard outlines requirements for the creation and implementation of an Environmental Management System which enables organisations to control their environmental impact. Through development of such systems organisations establish an environmental policy and objectives taking into account legal and other requirements to which the organisation subscribes. The system applies to the environmental aspects ...
  • August 11, 2011

    Green business is blooming
    Britain’s leading eco-friendly companies are getting serious in their efforts to push environmental standards higher than ever before according to a recent report by a national news paper. These organisation’s aren’t just committed to reducing their own carbon impact by recycling at work and reducing consumption but the impact of both clients and suppliers, thereby ...
  • August 11, 2011

    Know the law: new environmental legislation coming in
    Wiles Greenworld, London office supplies distributor that offers environmental consultancy and free recycling at work to all its customers would like to make all its customers aware of legislation introduced over recent months. In July the Energy Information Regulations 2011 was introduced. This legislation applies to energy-related products which have a significant impact on energy ...
  • August 10, 2011

    Cows not to blame for carbon
    Cows have often been accused of releasing carbon emissions into the atmosphere. However, the debate regarding the amount of CO2 cows release has seen some new evidence come forth. According to new research, cows will only release carbon they have taken in during their lifetime, they will never release more. Before the burning of fossil fuels, ...
  • August 10, 2011

    Embracing sustainability even for the cautious
    Almost all organisations these days accept the substantial benefits of sustainability practices, whether making facilities more energy efficient or offering products that save customers money. Some companies, though, are taking aggressive steps to make sustainability core to every part of their operations, showing the path businesses that want to be successful need to follow. A recent ...
  • August 9, 2011

    London office supplies company changing employee mentality
    If you’re looking to change employee mentality through education and other thought-provoking methods environmental communication both internal and external is a good starting point. Whether you report your organisation’s carbon footprint or informing staff about the latest environmental disasters communication from senior management can spark discussion and a desire to learn. Wiles Greenworld, the London-based green ...
  • August 9, 2011

    Social media used to tidy up London
    Famous faces and local residents responded to three consecutive nights of intense violent unrest that was organised through social networks by using the same networks to clean up London. The term “riotcleanup” was the top trending subject for the UK on twitter today (August 9), with celebrities including actor Simon Pegg, joining in with people from ...
  • August 8, 2011

    Green office tips: How to Write an Environmental Policy
    An environmental policy is a short, usually one-page statement which lays out your company’s attitude towards the environment. It should recognise that your business impacts upon the environment both through local operations and, more broadly, in terms of raw materials usage, energy usage and discharges. It should set realistic and achievable targets for improvement that ...
  • August 8, 2011

    Which standard is right for your business?
    Companies looking to take accountability for their environmental impact often consider implementing an environmental standard to verify their efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. With so many standards out there and new ones being introduced all the time it can be hard to choose the one that is right for your business. That’s why Wiles ...
  • August 5, 2011

    Choice is the key to sustainable development
    One of the main reasons why people are so reluctant to embracing sustainability is the perceived sacrifice that comes from being green. The thought of giving up the comfortable lifestyle we have all become accustomed to is indeed a scary prospect but being green isn’t about making sacrifices. It’s about making smart choices that lead ...
  • August 5, 2011

    Every business needs a sustainability champion
    A recovering economy, rising energy costs and increased energy consumption are driving the need for a more environmentally conscious organisation. But who is the best qualified person to lead the change for a greener, more sustainable business? A recent trend sweeping the business industry has been the introduction of sustainability roles. While a number of companies ...
  • August 4, 2011

    Eco-friendly electric company to freeze prices
    A green company has bucked the trend of huge energy price rises by freezing its energy prices until at least 2012. Good Energy yesterday made a commitment to keep prices at their current rate for at least the next twelve months. The company’s energy tariff has not risen since August 2008 and the move contrasts starkly ...
  • August 4, 2011

    Recycling drive to remove plastic from the tube
    Plastic bottles left on London Underground’s tube network are being targeted in a recycling scheme that will see them reprocessed back into food-grade packaging material. Plastics reprocessor Closed Loop Recycling (CLR) has partnered with waste contractor Bywaters to collect and recycle used bottles left discarded on the tube network. Bottles collected will be collected by Bywaters ...
  • August 3, 2011

    Environmental company spreading the message through education
    Being a green company in 2011 is not easy, especially when operating in the private sector. However, one example-setting organisation has found a balance between the pursuit of profit and environmental consideration. This company is called Wiles Greenworld which is known as London’s green office supplies distributor with a zero waste to landfill policy. The company ...
  • August 3, 2011

    Save money and the earth
    One of the biggest arguments against the idea of green business is the proposal of expense associated with going green. In these difficult financial times many business organisations justify their behaviour by claiming that they can’t afford to be green even though they really want to run a more eco-friendly office. However, these days are ...
  • August 2, 2011

    Eco-friendly cleaning products from London’s green office supplies distributor
    Cleaning products are not known for their kindness to nature, many of them contain toxic chemicals that can damage both the environment and human health. It is refreshing then to learn that there is a range of eco-friendly cleaning products offered by Wiles Greenworld which is London’s Green office supplies distributor and recycling collector. The range ...
  • August 2, 2011

    Don’t underestimate the environmental impact of transportation
    When considering the environmental impact of the business industry many would be forgiven for thinking production has the biggest impact. While this is a fair assumption, especially for big companies that are production-focused one must not forget the environmental impact of transportation, after all some companies are entirely service based. According to a national report, transportation ...
  • August 1, 2011

    Eco personalised corporate gifts from Wiles Greenworld
    Companies looking to promote a campaign or that want to provide their clients with personal gifts are often worried about the carbon footprint of engaging in this activity due to supplier inflexibility. This has led a number of companies to reduce their marketing activities. Having realised the need personalised gifts that have a minimal impact ...
  • August 1, 2011

    Recycled office furniture the future for green office management
    Now that more and more businesses are buying into the idea of green office supplies and recycled products the demand for eco friendly office furniture has seen a surge especially by environmentally conscious organisations. One company that has realised the demand for green furniture and has taken steps to provide its customers with an eco ...
  • July 29, 2011

    Boris bikes to be expanded to West London
    The London cycle hire scheme will be expand into new parts of the city following a first year of operation which have seen over six million journeys using the distinctive, blue-and-grey bikes. Plans for the expansion were announced by London’s mayor, Boris Johnson, at an event before this weekend’s first year anniversary of the scheme, modelled ...
  • July 29, 2011

    New wind farms to be built in Scotland
    Two new wind farms will be built in Scotland and will have the capacity to supply green energy to more than 150000 homes. The farms will be run by Scottish Power Renewables and by cutting the red ribbon, the company will have 1GW of renewable energy capacity in the UK, including Europe’s largest onshore wind farm, ...
  • July 28, 2011

    Office supplies company raising money for charity
    Wiles Greenworld, the London-based office supplies distribution company that collects waste while it delivers has been raising funds for charity through its recycling schemes. The company’s recycling service which has successfully been operating free of charge for over a decade collects a whole host of office waste including computer equipment and toner cartridges. The funds raised ...
  • July 28, 2011

    Sony reduces carbon emissions by 30%
    Wiles Greenworld, the London-based office supplies distributor that has been reducing its carbon emissions by more than 10% year on year has learned that an electronic giant has followed in its footsteps. Sony the Japanese firm has reduced its global carbon footprint by more than 30%, according to figures from a new report. According to the ...
  • July 27, 2011

    Business organisations influencing minds through education
    BusinessGreen has announced a series of autumn Sustainable Business Lectures, confirming the dates for two lectures that will offer green executives an invaluable guide to the sustainability policies all firms should deploy. The Green Business Checklist lectures will explore eight corporate sustainability policies all businesses should have in place: carbon and energy management, water management, green ...
  • July 27, 2011

    British Gas fined £2.5M for failing small businesses
    Failing to deal with complaints – particularly from small business – has cost energy giant British Gas £2.5million. Ofgem today (July 27) fined British Gas over its handling of complaints following an investigation started in June last year. The regulator said the fine would serve as a ‘warning’ to the rest of the energy industry to treat ...
  • July 26, 2011

    London could save 208 thousand tonnes of CO2 emissions if it turns black cabs green
    Turning all London’s 22,000 black cabs electric could save 4,000 tonnes of CO2 pollution every week, a study by law carbon motor show EcoVelocity has revealed. The figure would be tripled if all of the capital’s minicabs followed suit. EcoVelocity will run from September 8 to 11 at Battersea Power Station in south London and features ...
  • July 26, 2011

    Wood waste levels are falling across UK
    Wood waste arisings in the UK have fallen by 10% since 2007, according to new research by WRAP – the Waste and Resources Action Programme. The decrease is primarily down to reduced activity in the construction industry, WRAP claim, which accounted for 50% of the consumption of wood and wood products in 2010. A slowdown in the ...
  • July 25, 2011

    A truly green company
    Wiles Greenworld is London’s leading office supplies distributor with a particularly profound emphasis on green office products and the environment. Having been accredited to ISO standard for nearly a decade, we have always considered the environmental impact of our operations. Realising the carbon impact of our distribution enabled us to arrange SAFED training for all ...
  • July 25, 2011

    Energy bill hikes could push consumers to renewable heat
    The forthcoming hike in energy bills could lead more households and business organisations to consider investing in renewable heat systems as experts begin to examine the benefits of the technology. Writing for the Guardian, Simon Birch from Ethical Consumer Magazine noted that ground source heat pumps are highly efficient at providing up to 80 per cent ...
  • July 22, 2011

    Citroen gears up for festival of green cars
    Citroen has signed up to appear at the Eco Velocity motor show, organisers revealed yesterday. The French car giant will showcase its green credentials with a range of vehicles on display at the event in September, including its all-electric city car, the C-Zero. Visitors will be able to drive three of the six Citroen cars in ...
  • July 21, 2011

    Waste to Landfill drops by over a third
    According to figures from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, the amount of waste from Scottish homes and businesses sent to landfill has dropped by almost 36% in the last five years. Findings show that between 2005 and 2009 the total amount of waste generated fell by 22% in Scotland and the total amount of controlled ...
  • July 21, 2011

    EU intensifies crackdown on hazardous electronics
    Thousands of IT devices are to face stringent new rules governing their use of hazardous substances, after the European Commission today formally adopted an extension to the Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive. The original RoHS came into effect in 2003 and required manufacturers of electronic equipment to meet strict limits on the use of heavy ...
  • July 20, 2011

    Compatible toner cartridges: a good way of going green
    Why not reduce your company’s expenditure with compatible high quality toner cartridges. Wiles Greenworld, the London-based green office supplies distributor that has been named a Sunday Times Best Green Companies winner for the third year running offers a complete range of high quality green toner cartridges. Whether you need a black toner cartridge or the whole ...
  • July 20, 2011

    Environmental business printing service
    Wiles Greenworld, London’s local green office supplies company offers a service to take the headache out of professional printing. Whether you’re looking for business cards, letterheads, compliment slips or order pads we can help. As London’s green office supplies distributor we promote the use of recycled paper and can provide online proofing for quick turnaround. Our ...
  • July 19, 2011

    London boasts about most green cars
    According to a new study, cars in the capital are among the greenest in the country. London postcodes account for six of the ten areas that have the highest percentage of vehicles with CO2 emissions of 100g/km or less. Low polluting cars are also exempt from road tax and congestion charges, therefore those in London ...
  • July 19, 2011

    London Green office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld- Recycling Service
    Green office Supplies Company based in London, Wiles Greenworld offers a free of charge recycling service to customers in the area. By collecting their recycling at the same time as delivering their office supplies goods, carbon emissions are kept low, and both Wiles Greenworld and the customers impact on the environment is minimised. We are able ...
  • July 18, 2011

    The future is green
    Everyone wants to be green – or at least be seen as being green. Back in the day, a corporation’s focus on the environment could be seen as “nice-to-do” public relations ploy. Now it’s inescapable. Consumers and regulators now want to know how the product is made, what is in the product, who makes the ...
  • July 18, 2011

    Free recycling service from London-based green office supplies company
    As the environment continues to rise on the political and social agenda more and more waste producers are seeking new ways to reduce their waste in an attempt to become more eco efficient and avoid the ever-increasing landfill tax. While a number of business organisations offer take-back and recycling schemes only Wiles Greenworld offers a ...
  • July 15, 2011

    Seaweed an alternative fuel source?
    London’s leading green office supplies distributor Wiles Greenworld has learned that seaweed could become the latest source for biofuel production in Europe. Researchers at Aberystwyth University claim that seaweed is a viable alternative fuel source as it is capable of producing more biomass per square metre than other terrestrial plants. It can also be easily converted ...
  • July 15, 2011

    Severe drought could hit 45% of country by 2035
    The Committee for Climate Change has said the country could be hit by severe droughts in 45% of the UK’s resource zones by 2035 if mitigation against climate change is not planned for now. A new report published by the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) says that the water sector is near its limit in being able to ...
  • July 14, 2011

    Free recycling Service by London office supplies company
    Green office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld offers a free of charge recycling service to customers within the London area. By recycling at work and operating a green office environment as well as making ethical decisions we feel it necessary to encourage our customers to take the environmental approach like we do. By collecting recycling at ...
  • July 14, 2011

    Confidential Shredding service by green office supplies company
    Green office Supplies Company based in London, Wiles Greenworld offers a confidential shredding service for customers within the London area. By collecting your confidential documents and shredding them securely we can offer you a fully confidential shredding service. We also offer a range of lockable bins to suit your office environment. Why not call our sales ...
  • July 13, 2011

    Looking to benefit from environmental consultancy?
    At Wiles Greenworld, London-based green office supplies we have our own IEMA qualified Sustainable Development Director who can help you to address environmental issues within your organisation. By addressing environmental issues in your office you can be confident of your compliance with legal requirements and can achieve cost savings by implementing an environmental management system. In ...
  • July 13, 2011

    Recycling service from Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, London-based green office supplies distributor offers a free of charge recycling service that not only saves you money but is also better for the environment. By collecting recycling while we are delivering to you we are able to take cost and carbon out of the loop and those are savings we are happy ...
  • July 12, 2011

    Choosing the right stationery supplier
    Quite simply you cannot afford to have a supplier who is unreliable but how do you know if they can deliver on their promises and if their green claims are true? Here at Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company in London, as well as having BSI certify that our systems meet International Standards, we hold our ...
  • July 12, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld addressing Corporate Responsibility
    Addressing Corporate Responsibility does not simply mean buying recycled products. London-based green office supplies distributor Wiles Greenworld works to reduce the environmental impact of its supply chain, operations and customers. This has resulted in, amongst other recognition, Boris Johnson presenting the company with two top Awards at the Mayor of London’s Green Awards Ceremony. Wiles Greenworld is ...
  • July 11, 2011

    Printed stationery at green office supplies company
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in London we offer a range of products and services to suit all your business needs. Our printed stationery range includes some of the following, business cards, letterheads, compliment slips, delivery notes, invoices, internal forms and printed carbonless pads. Our printers are also very aware about their ...
  • July 11, 2011

    Recycling Service by green office Supplies Company
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company we offer a free of charge recycling service to customers based in the London area. This service saves customers money and if also better for the environment, than sending waste to landfill. By collecting recycling when we are delivering goods to customers we are able to take cost ...
  • July 8, 2011

    Recycling office waste: It’s easier than you think.
    We recently reported that London was named the greenest city in the UK. While many London-based businesses may have taken steps to reduce their carbon impact many more have yet to follow them on this path. One of the easiest and simplest ways to reduce your carbon footprint is to recycle your waste. While recycling ...
  • July 8, 2011

    Green Office Supplies Company backs ground source heating
    The Environment Agency has published guidance and a position statement endorsing the use of ground source heating and cooling (GSHC). The Agency has produced an environmental good practice guide aimed at designers, developers, installers, drillers and owners of GSHC schemes. In the position statement, the Agency says: “We support the development of sustainable renewable energy whilst ensuring ...
  • July 7, 2011

    Carbon emissions cut
    A pledge to cut government carbon emissions by 10% in twelve months was made by David Cameron and Chris Huhne, inspired by 10:10. A 13.8% reduction was announced yesterday; however the government still has a long way to go before they can claim to be the greenest government ever. Many have said that it was ...
  • July 7, 2011

    Environmental Expertise by green office supplies company
    Green office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld based in West London has their very own ‘How to Green Your Business Guide’. This is an introduction to environmental issues, which suggests ideas that your company could implement and departmental breakdown in who can do what. Toby Robins our Sustainable Development Director is also available to analyse the ...
  • July 6, 2011

    Green office supplies company spreading a green message
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies distributor encourages staff to lead a greener life style, by regularly educating the staff about real life environmental issues such as climate change. Sustainable Development Director also offers environmental consultancy to get the green message across to customers helping them operate an environmental office by putting relevant procedures in ...
  • July 6, 2011

    Carbon cutting targets beat by Government
    Government departments have beaten a target of reducing their emissions by 10% according to the latest figures. The Government estimates it has cut energy bills by £13million reducing the impact of around 300,000 civil servants in about 3,000 buildings and cut 100,000 tonnes of CO2. Here at Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies distributor in London we also ...
  • July 5, 2011

    Free Recycling Services demanded by customers at the kerbside
    According to new research shoppers are more likely to increase packaging recycling is councils offer better kerbside collection schemes. Here at Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company we offer a free recycling service to customers in the London area. By collecting recycling at the same time as delivering office and stationery supplies, carbon emissions are kept ...
  • July 5, 2011

    London commuters the greenest
    A survey of commuter’s transport emissions has thrown up the result that Londoners are the country’s greenest. Research looked at the carbon footprint of peak times across the UK with a focus on London ahead of the 2012 Olympics. According to the survey commissioned by EDF energy, commuters in Greater London release the lowest rush hour ...
  • July 4, 2011

    Melting Arctic to flood London within 100 years
    London could be flooded within 100 years as melting Arctic ice causes sea levels to ride by up to 3ft, a new study shows. Low-lying coastal areas where one in ten people loves will be hit hardest if greenhouse gas emissions are not cut dramatically. Here at Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company we aim to ...
  • July 4, 2011

    Alternative Fuels
    Thomson Airways is to become the first carrier in the UK to use sustainable bio fuel on a passenger slight later this month. They are planning to use cooking oil to run a passenger flight between Birmingham and Palma. The company has suggested that by using sustainable bio fuels they could slash long term aviation ...
  • July 1, 2011

    Environmental office supplies
    London based green office Supplies Company, Wiles Greenworld operates an energy efficient office and sells environmental office supplies to businesses based in London. Some of our popular green products include 100% recyclable paper, Fairtrade coffee tea and sugar and biodegradable pencils. Why not give our sales office a call on 020 8758 7700 to find ...
  • July 1, 2011

    Low carbon construction centre
    The new iCon Environmental Innovation Centre has opened in Northamptonshire. The £8.5 million centre has been built to help develop the areas low carbon construction expertise. The centre is owned and operated by Northampton University and will be home to 55 small and growing businesses specialising in green technologies and the emerging market of sustainable ...
  • June 30, 2011

    Becoming Greener
    Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in West London is continuously looking for ways for employees to become greener. By operating green office management procedures and regularly educating the work force Wiles Greenworld has been able to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage effectively within their environmental office. Simple procedures such as sensored lighting, ...
  • June 30, 2011

    Confidential Shredding Service by green office supplies company
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company we understand the importance of maintaining security on work related documents. Our confidential shredding service can assure you we take away your documents securely and shred them confidentially. We offer a range of lockable bins which can fit into your office environment. Why not give our sales office a ...
  • June 29, 2011

    FSC certified paper at green office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld
    FSC- The Forest Stewardship Council is an international network to promote responsible management of the world’s forest. FSC brings people together to find solutions to the problems created by bad forestry practises and to reward good forest management. FSC policies and standards aim to make the greatest possible contribution to forest stewardship worldwide. FSC works ...
  • June 29, 2011

    More people wanting Renewable Energy
    90% of people want more access to renewable energy supplies, according to a new survey carried out for wind turbine manufacturer Vestas by TNS Gallup. The Global Consumer Wind Study claims to be the largest of its kind polling around 31,000 consumers in 26 countries about how energy decisions by some of the world’s largest companies ...
  • June 28, 2011

    Fairtrade products
    At Wiles Greenworld, London based green office Supplies Company we aim to sell green products wherever possible in order to increase the awareness of ethical decision making. Fairtrade is an independent consumer label that guarantees a better deal for workers and producers from poor and developing countries, ensuring that works receive a fair wage to ...
  • June 28, 2011

    How to Green your Business Guide
    Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in West London, offers environmental consultancy to customers in order to improve their environmental impact. Sustainable Development Director, Toby Robins has created a ‘How to Green Your Business Guide’ which introduces green issues and provides a departmental breakdown to help organisations address their environmental impact as well as ...
  • June 27, 2011

    Office Recycling
    At Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company we promote recycling by recycling in our own office and also collecting our customer’s recycling free of charge. We only use 100% recycled paper, promote green products and also have recycling bins clearly marked paper, plastic and metal around the office. Recycling at work not only ...
  • June 27, 2011

    Print Preview Tip
    At Wiles Greenworld, green office supplies company our aim is to be environmentally friendly and ethical in everything we do. We operate an energy efficient office and implement green office management procedures. By making some small adjustments within your office you too can become greener. For example, always use the print preview function on your ...
  • June 24, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld Products and Services
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company offer a range of environmental products and services to companies based within the London area. Products range from office supplies, computer supplies, office interiors, printed stationery, catering & cleaning supplies, audio visual and personalised gifts. Our aim is to promote green products wherever possible therefore having minimal ...
  • June 24, 2011

    Leaders in Office Supplies
    At Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company, as well as having BSI certify that our systems meet International Standards, we hold out entire operation and procedures up for scrutiny by panels of expert judges. We have our own fleet operation which runs on alternative fuels therefore keeping carbon emissions low. This fleet is ...
  • June 23, 2011

    Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code
    The Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code evaluates an organisation’s purchasing procedures and how successful they are in ‘greening’ the supply chain. Mayor Boris Johnson presented Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company based in London with the Best SME Award recognising our comprehensive procedures to validate manufacturer claims, investigate country of origin, support green suppliers ...
  • June 23, 2011

    Environmental Expertise
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company has their very own Sustainable Development Director, Toby Robins that offers environmental consultancy and expertise to customers in order for them to improve their impact on the environment and to become greener. By implementing an environmental management system customers can be confident that cost savings will be ...
  • June 22, 2011

    Packaging waste in rapid decline
    The amount of packaging waste going to landfill across Europe has fallen by 57% over the past 11 years. This fall has been driven by higher recycling levels, according to the European Organisation for Packaging and the Environment who carried out the research. This type of strategy of recycling in order to decrease packaging is supported by ...
  • June 22, 2011

    ISO9001ISO9001:2008
    Wiles Greenworld has been proudly certificated to the International Quality Management Standard since November 2000 thereby giving customers reassurance and guarantee that our service levels are exceptional, consistently. Our range of key performance indicators, speed of answering calls, measurement of lost calls, pickings errors, order entry errors, stock accuracy, achieved promised time of deliveries all ...
  • June 21, 2011

    Image Excellence Toner Cartridges
    Part of Wiles Greenworld’s green product range is Image Excellence Toner Cartridges which are high in quality, reliable and environmentally friendly. Part of Wiles Greenworld’s aim is to sell green products and keep reusable, non biodegradable materials away from landfills therefore having a positive effect on the environment. Image Excellence is made with new parts, ...
  • June 21, 2011

    Energy Recovery Plant
    Lancashire may soon benefit from energy-from-waste through plans to build a £40M energy recovery plant in Fleetwood by Reform Energy and Wyre Waste Recycling. This new proposal is to create up to 50 jobs when in full operation and will scope out a plant and commercial waste recycling operation. Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company operating in ...
  • June 20, 2011

    Be bright about light
    Artificial lighting accounts for 44% of the electricity use in office buildings. Become a greener office by making it a habit to turn off the lights when you’re leaving any room any room for 15 minutes or more and utilize natural light when you can. Also you could make it a policy to buy Energy Star ...
  • June 20, 2011

    Recycling Service by Green Office Supplier, Wiles Greenworld
    We offer a free of charge recycling service within the London area that not only saves you money but is also better for the environment. By collecting recycling when we are delivering to you we are able to take cost and carbon out of the loop and those are savings we are happy to pass ...
  • June 17, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld Carbon emissions
    Almost half of the London based offices Supplies Company, Wiles Greenworld’s Carbon Emissions come from its distribution fleet, so it uses vehicles that run on alternative fuel and treats its clients’ waste as a ‘backload’ rather than making collections on separate trips. Staff are also encouraged to avoid unnecessary travel by working from home (60% of ...
  • June 17, 2011

    London Recycling Board
    Waste infrastructure projects and innovative treatment technologies have been earmarked for priority finding by the London Waste & Recycling Board (LWARB). LWARB which has improved plans for next few years has funding of £26.3M to help support the capital’s waste management drive. The London based office supplies company that also supports waste and recycling is Wiles Greenworld ...
  • June 17, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld Environmental Ranking
    London based green office Supplies Company, provides office supplies, recycling services, environmental consultancy and a confidential shredding to customers within the London area. Through proactive account management we help guide other businesses towards being green, offer high quality products and services and where possible green products. By keeping our customer base in the London area we ...
  • June 16, 2011

    Recycling Services by Wiles Greenworld
    London based green office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld offers a free of charge recycling service for customers within the London area. By collecting recyclable waste at the same time as delivering goods, emissions are kept low. This service is very popular and more than 40% of customers are using this service which has helped the environmental ...
  • June 15, 2011

    Construction about to start the world’s largest solar power facility
    To be located in Blythe, California, near Palm Springs, the Blythe Solar Power Project is expected to generate up to 1,000 megawatts (MW) of clean energy when it’s completed. That’s enough power to meet the needs of 300,000 homes each year, and similar in scale to the largest coal and nuclear power plants. Solar Trust of ...
  • June 15, 2011

    First global energy management standard officially launched
    Today (July 15) sees the launch of marker which aims to help organisations of all sizes understand baseline energy usage, put in place action plans, targets and energy performance indicators for reducing consumption. ISO 50001 has been in development for a number of years with energy management experts, representing more than 60 countries from across the ...
  • June 14, 2011

    Weekly waste collections unlikely says review
    Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has outlined proposals for the government’s waste strategy which shelve plans to bring back weekly bin collections. Many councils now make fortnightly rubbish collections, which have proved unpopular with households and businesses. The review focus on recycling more so that councils can avoid high landfill taxes under the EU Landfill Directive. Consultancy WSP Environment ...
  • June 14, 2011

    Energy costs set to increase once again
    Those struggling to pay their energy bills after the most recent price rises will soon find that tariffs are to go up once more. ScottishPower has announced that it will increase the cost of gas by 19 per cent and electricity by ten per cent from August 1st and it is thought that other utility providers ...
  • June 13, 2011

    Environmental office supplies that don’t cost the earth
    Whether you’re committed to the environment or keen to reduce cost through improved efficiency, we believe that all businesses, large and small, can make an effort to reduce their environmental impact through the procurement of green office supplies. If you strive to reduce, re-use, recycle and conserve energy then you need to work with suppliers that ...
  • June 13, 2011

    World energy consumption at an all time high
    Improvements in global economy last year caused growth in all things energy-related as well, according to recent BP Statistical Review of World Energy. The report offers a good-news, bad-news update on our global energy appetite: while we’re rolling out clean-energy projects faster than ever, we’re also devouring fossil fuels more than ever too and pumping ...
  • June 10, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld is named Britain’s greenest office supplies company and second greenest organisation in the country
    Last night (Thursday 9thth May) The Sunday Times held its annual Best Green Companies event in which the publication recognises outstanding companies that have gone above and beyond their duty to minimise environmental impact and operate more sustainably. The event, held at The Sunday Times London offices saw companies big and small from a number of ...
  • June 10, 2011

    Recycling drive sees more bins for Tube passengers
    London Underground has increased the number of bins on its Tube network by 25% in a bid to increase its recycling rates by encouraging more customers to dispose of their litter. An additional 166 bins have been installed on the Tube, taking the total number up to 800. This means that travellers using the network can ...
  • June 9, 2011

    Renewable energy ‘natural fit’ with farming
    Renewable energy has a natural fit with managing land for agricultural production, according to Dr Jonathan Scurlock, National Farmers Union (NFU) chief advisor on renewable energy. Speaking to BBC Farming Today, Dr Scurlock noted that there has been increased interest from farmers in utilising their land for renewable energy, particularly with solar photovoltaics (PV). “In the rows ...
  • June 9, 2011

    Renewable energy share in Europe doubles
    Renewable power doubled its share in Europe’s energy mix in just one decade, new figures released for the European Union’s Sustainable Energy Week show. In 1999, renewable sources provided five percent of total inland gross energy consumption. By 2009 this figure had risen to nine per cent, although the figure remains far below that for other ...
  • June 8, 2011

    Double award success for Wiles Greenworld
    Wiles Greenworld, the London-based environmental office supplies distributor picked up two awards in the last couple of weeks. First, the company was named Premier Member of the Year at the Office Club UK dealer group awards. The winners were selected from each of the group’s categories in recognition of involvement in Office Club initiatives, participation ...
  • June 8, 2011

    Smaller organisations lack resources to embrace sustainability according to new claims
    Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) simply do not have the expertise to make their operations more sustainable in many cases, one expert has claimed. Professor Ross King, joint programme director at the Centre for Sustainable Environmental Management – Brunel Management Programme, said it was a sweeping generalisation to say the private sector was not as ...
  • June 7, 2011

    Public-private partnerships to lead to more sustainable cities
    According to a new report by accountancy firm Grant Thornton stronger partnerships and greater collaboration could help the country to achieve its environmentally friendly goals. The report also stresses the importance of the public and private sectors working together to achieve these goals, as isolated endeavours are predicted to be wasteful in their solitary attempts to, ...
  • June 7, 2011

    School built from 100% recycled material
    A new school in the Philippines has embraced the ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ mantra so much that the entire building is made from discarded bottles in San Pablo, south of Manila. The bottles are filled with adobe, made from local mud which sets like concrete, and layered within a steel frame. The resulting wall is three ...
  • June 6, 2011

    Two of every three major cities now report their greenhouse gas emissions data
    Wiles Greenworld has learned that major cities are keeping pace with global organisations when it comes to measuring their greenhouse gas emissions. Two thirds now report annual carbon data according to a survey by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). The first global cities report says 42 of the world’s largest cities are responsible for pumping out ...
  • June 6, 2011

    Britain must ramp up renewables to stay competitive
    A leading energy-from-waste firm has warned that the UK needs to up its game if it wants to be considered a serious contender in the renewables market. Covanta Energy believes Britain may lose its competitive edge if it doesn’t address some of the key barriers to renewables investment such as ambivalence among policy-makers and the cumbersome ...
  • June 3, 2011

    Greener packaging for food and drink products in time for London 2012
    The Olympic Games has taken its next step along the road to fulfilling its pledge to be the greenest version of the games yet, with a decision to make food packaging used at the games from compostable materials. Fast food wrappers, sandwich boxes and drink cartons will be given what the London Olympics is calling a ...
  • June 3, 2011

    New free ‘green’ reporting tool for SMEs introduced
    A free reporting tool has been introduced by environmental business charity, The Prince’s Mayday Network. The reporting tool is designed to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) track their sustainability progress. Entitled the “Mayday Sustainable Business Tracker” the tool will for the first time enable new and existing Mayday member businesses to monitor and report ...
  • June 2, 2011

    Five more tips for greening your office
    With climate change and CO2 emissions high on the agenda it really is time to look at your organisation’s carbon footprint and take steps to reduce your environmental impact. Here are five easy to follow tips that will make a big difference to your environmental impact. If you haven’t read part one of our green office ...
  • June 2, 2011

    Five tips for greening your office
    With climate change and CO2 emissions high on the agenda it really is time to look at your organisation’s carbon footprint and take steps to reduce your environmental impact. Here are five easy to follow tips that will make a big difference to your environmental impact. Segregate office waste paper, packaging and shrink wrap and have ...
  • June 1, 2011

    Green office supplies from a company that customers trust
    With the ever increasing demand for products that have a minimal impact on the environment finding a local supplier that won’t let you down on service or price can be a real challenge. One way to identify a good supplier is to look at their accreditations. The Iso 14001 has been a staple of environmental ...
  • June 1, 2011

    Solar energy will reach fossil fuel parity in the next five years says GE
    According to the global research director at General Electric breakthroughs in solar technology are likely to bring the cost of solar energy below that produced from fossil fuels and nuclear reactors within five years. Speaking in an interview with Bloomberg, Mark M Little predicted that the cost of solar energy will fall to $0.15 per ...
  • May 31, 2011

    PUMA claims breakthrough in environmental reporting
    Sportswear giant PUMA recently claimed a to have made a breakthrough in green reporting, stating it had become the first global firm to show in monetary terms the true cost to the environment of providing products for its customers. The company launched the initial results of its first financial assessment of costs of its entire business ...
  • May 31, 2011

    Wastewater treatment centre opens
    A €38 million wastewater treatment centre has opened in Waterford City in County Kilkenny in Ireland. The treatment plant is part of the Waterford Main Drainage Scheme and was funded under the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government’s €82 million Water Services Investment Programme. It will cover the areas of Waterford City and South Kilkenny and ...
  • May 27, 2011

    Office workers becoming more energy efficient
    According to a recent survey more office workers are becoming energy conscious and efficient. According to a poll of over 2,000 office staff conducted by YouGov nearly half (47 per cent) of participants said their offices have become more energy efficient since the recession began. This is partly a result of managers looking to save money, it ...
  • May 27, 2011

    Free guide will help SMEs cut carbon footprint
    Small and medium sized firms can reduce their carbon footprint and achieve savings of up to 15% in energy costs by following the guidelines outlined in a new publication by the Carbon Trust. The Growing Business’ Guide to Managing Carbon aims to demonstrate how small and medium-sized businesses can save money and increase efficiency by cutting ...
  • May 26, 2011

    Bigger blades will slash the price of energy-efficient offshore wind
    The cost of energy-efficient energy from offshore wind farms could soon be similar to inshore projects thanks to a number of design innovations. A report by the Energy Technologies Institute, titled Helm Wind, found that moving to larger blades could help to cut costs by up to 30 percent. The study was led by energy giant E.ON, ...
  • May 26, 2011

    UK sea energy market could be worth more than £76bn by 2050
    Britain’s sea and marine energy market could be worth up to £76 billion by 2050 if adequate investment is made in the country, according to a recent analysis. Research by the Carbon Trust highlights how the UK could utilise around a quarter of the global marine energy market by the mid-century, or 27.5GW of energy, creating ...
  • May 25, 2011

    Coalition commits to emission cuts
    Cabinet ministers have agreed a “green deal” which will commit Britain to two decades of cuts in carbon emissions. The scheme will require sweeping changes to domestic life, transport and business and will place Britain at the forefront of the global battle against climate change. The deal was hammered out after tense arguments between ministers who ...
  • May 25, 2011

    Low carbon vehicle number in the UK doubles
    There has been a significant upturn in the number of low carbon vehicles on Britain’s roads in 2010, new statistics from the Department for Transport (DfT) show. Last year, the number of cars registered within Band A – those emitting 100g/km of CO2 or less – more than doubled to 57,000. Average tailpipe emissions from all new ...
  • May 24, 2011

    Obama announces plans for domestic oil production
    US President Barack Obama has responded to growing pressure over rising fuel prices by unveiling controversial new plans designed to boost US domestic oil production. The announcement is bound to anger environmental groups and green business leaders, and comes despite growing concerns that the President will not be able to push his flagship proposals for a ...
  • May 23, 2011

    Get to know the seven sins of green washing
    Environmentally conscious consumers looking to minimise their carbon footprint should watch out for the following “sins” when making ecological purchasing decisions. The sin of hidden tradeoffs – A claim suggesting that a product is ‘green’ based on a narrow set of attributes without attention to other important environmental issues. Paper, for example, is not necessarily environmentally-preferable ...
  • May 20, 2011

    Foil packaging recycling
    Two thirds of councils now collect aluminium foil trays for recycling in what is being hailed as a major milestone for aluminium packaging industry. The latest survey from Alupro has found that 66% of local authorities are collecting the material, up from 56% 18 months ago; meaning that aluminium foil packaging can now carry new labelling ...
  • May 20, 2011

    ISO accreditation key to organisational success and Wiles Greenworld can help
    Are you looking to improve the quality of your organisations performance? Is the environment a key consideration in your company? Now is the time to begin implementing a Quality Management System and an Environmental Management System. Seeking ISO accreditation provides your company with assurance that you meet, and will continue to meet, your quality and ...
  • May 18, 2011

    FSC- The Forest Stewardship Council
    The FSC (The Forest Stewardship Council) is an international network to promote responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC brings people together to find solutions to problems created by bad forestry practices and to reward good forest management. FSC policies and standards aim to make the greatest possible contribution to forest stewardship worldwide. FSC works to ...
  • May 18, 2011

    Ethical sales policy
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office Supplies Company seeks to develop long-lasting relationships with its clients by building trust founded on integrity. This begins with openness and honesty. To this end we do NOT: Offer products at below cost, this practice will not be used to attract business away from competitors. Inflate list prices- this practise gives a ...
  • May 17, 2011

    Corporate Identity
    Need a company face lift? Would you consider enhancing your Corporate Identity? As the industry specialists in Corporate Papers, Wiles Greenworld is able to offer you unique watermarked printed stationery in order to enhance your company branding. At a very competitive cost you can be assured to gain security and prestige. Plus, you only need to ...
  • May 17, 2011

    Sustainability live
    Visitors to Sustainability Live 2011 are invited to discover why a limited budget doesn’t limit access to the latest environmental monitoring. This view is also shared by green London office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld. Sustainable Development Director offers environmental consultancy and services to customers in order to encourage them to become greener. Through audits and putting in ...
  • May 16, 2011

    Lambeth borough to reward recycling
    Lambeth has become the first London borough to team up with Recyclebank to offer incentives for household recycling. The new rewards scheme has been set up to target hard to reach areas such as flats and estates. It has been set up in order to improve its recycling rate of the area of 22%. Lambeth council have ...
  • May 13, 2011

    Defra outlines four options for carbon reporting
    The Department for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs has outlined options for improving carbon reporting among businesses, including making it a legal requirement. The four options, three of which propose mandatory reporting and one voluntary, are being put forward in a consultation launched by Defra in an attempt to reach a decision on how to ...
  • May 12, 2011

    Carbon Trust- 25% of carbon traded across borders
    Businesses would like to improve their environmental impact of their supply chains, after new studies have found a quarter of global man-made carbon emissions flow between borders as a result of their being embodied in goods and services. At Wiles Greenworld, London based green office Supplies Company, one the Sustainable Development Directors aims is to keep ...
  • May 11, 2011

    WOO- Wiles Greenworld Online Ordering Tool
    Wiles Greenworld, London based Green Office Supplies company, offers an online ordering tool to customers which enables them to order when they like, browse through all products, filter searches, create favourites and many more features. WOO provides customers with a simple but very effective ordering solution, giving the customer complete control over purchasing. Other advantages of ordering ...
  • May 10, 2011

    Mayor of London’s Green Awards
    Addressing Corporate Responsibility does not simply mean buying recycled products. At Wiles Greenworld our work to reduce the environmental impact of our supply chain, our operations and that of our customers, has resulted in, amongst other recognition, Boris Johnson presenting us with two top Awards at The Mayor of London’s Green Awards Ceremony. We are both qualified ...
  • May 9, 2011

    What you need to know about sustainable consumption
    What is sustainable consumption and how can we consume sustainably? The textbook definition for sustainable consumption is consumption that meets the needs of current generations and brings forth a better quality of life while minimising environmental impact and not restricting the ability of future generations to meet their needs. In other words sustainable consumption is about ...
  • May 9, 2011

    Recycling Rate above 40% in England
    The figure takes into account the proportion of household waste sent for recycling, composting or reuse between October 2009 and September 2010, shows an increase up from 39.7% in the previous financial year. The level of household waste sent to landfill in England has dropped to 45% showing a decrease of 5% between the financial year ...
  • May 5, 2011

    Nobody does it better…
    Quite simply you cannot afford to have an office supplies company who is unreliable, but how do you know if they can deliver on their promises and if their green claims are true? At Wiles Greenworld as well as having BSI certify that our systems meet International Standards, we hold our entire operation and procedures up ...
  • May 4, 2011

    Green Equipment
    £550 million funding deal for greening business is being offered by the Carbon Trust and Siemens. The Carbon Trust has said the scheme is a ‘first of its kind’ and will help UK businesses invest in cost effective energy efficiency equipment and other low carbon technologies such as new efficient lighting and biomass heating. Siemens will be ...
  • May 4, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld- Environmental consultancy
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company have their very own Sustainable Development Director (FRSA, AIEMA) who helps customers address environmental considerations within an organisation. By implementing an environmental management system customers can be confident that cost savings will be realised through the elimination of waste, that business can be won or retained as the ...
  • May 3, 2011

    Green office
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company promotes a green office environment. Through selling green office products and using green/alternative technologies within their West London based office, costs are saved and sustainable development is supported. Wiles Greenworld, Environmental expert, Toby Robins also offers environmental consultancy to customers, helping them become greener, by transforming their offices and ...
  • April 28, 2011

    Energy managers predict lower interest in royal wedding
    A variation of factors is likely to lead to increased demand on the UK’s energy system, but not on the same scale of the 1981 wedding of Charles and Diane, according to research carried out by the National Grid. The 1981 wedding saw an energy surge of 1800 megawatts equivalent to 720,000 kettles being boiled at ...
  • April 27, 2011

    Environmental Consultancy
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office Supplies Company offers a free of charge environmental consultancy service to customers that are interested in greening their company. With a ‘How to Green your business guide’ by Toby Robins (sustainable development director) Wiles Greenworld is able to share their environmental expertise and support sustainable development. Other services the company offers ...
  • April 26, 2011

    Army to reduce its carbon footprint
    The army is looking to reduce its carbon footprint by using hybrid tanks and use remote laser technology to become an effective and greener force. Laser-powered solar cells are one potential power source says Institution of Mechanical Engineers member staff sergeant Graham Thornton. He also says cutting down on fossil fuels would not only reduce the ...
  • April 21, 2011

    Solar Plant
    The world’s largest solar plant has been backed financially after the Government underwrote $2.1billion worth of loans for the scheme. America’s Department of Energy has offered the conditional commitment loan guarantee for the Blythe Solar Power Project, which is sponsored by Solar Trust of America. It is estimated that 1000 new jobs will be created and ...
  • April 21, 2011

    London switching to low carbon for 2012
    One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Tower Bridge, is to get energy efficient LED lighting, reducing its energy consumption by 40%. The deal, which benefits from the Bridge House Estates charitable fund, will go ahead with no cost to the taxpayer. EDF Energy will be the lighting electricity supplier for Tower Bridge and will match every unit ...
  • April 20, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld… New Confidential Shredding Service
    Wiles Greenworld, London based green office supplies company has recently introduced a new confidential shredding the London area. This extra addition to the free of charge recycling service enables Wiles Greenworld to securely collect and shred customers paper waste, therefore enables companies to operate an efficient office and keep relevant documents fully confidential. For more information on ...
  • April 20, 2011

    Carton recycling collections
    One in three local authorities now collects beverage cartons at the kerbside for recycling according to figures from the Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE UK). Waltham Forest and West Oxfordshire District are the latest councils to introduce carton kerbside collection, bringing the total figure to a third nationally, rising to 61% in London. By ...
  • April 19, 2011

    Youth Hostel Association recycling
    The UK Youth Hostel Association (YHA) is looking to dramatically improve recycling levels across its hostel network by streamlining its waste management operations and aiming for 70% recycle rate. The YHA has appointed SWR to provide a complete waste management solution for 154 of its sites across the UK, from inner city hostels to rural camping ...
  • April 18, 2011

    Waste industry recruits apprentices
    8 Candidates have become the first to enrol on the Apprenticeship in Sustainable Resource Management. Suffolk based ABA training is one of the first training providers in England to offer the new apprenticeship and gave registered three apprentices. The new apprenticeship underpins a broad range of occupational roles in all business operations including transport, collect, and management ...
  • April 15, 2011

    Astra improves economies- eco news
    Britain’s second bestselling car has made a push to improve economy and emissions. Vauxhall had added start stop technology to its 2.0 litre diesel model, improved the claimed mpg to 62.8 and cut CO2 emissions to 119g/km. The move means the model drops its company car tax band to 13% and private buyers will pay just ...
  • April 14, 2011

    5 ways to go Green in the office
    Simply changing some old habits can save energy and resources at work and these small steps can be multiplied by persuading others in the workplace to adopt an environmentally friendly policy. 1. Be bright about light- Artificial lighting accounts for 44% of the electricity use in office buildings. Remember to turn off lights when leaving a ...
  • April 14, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld- Fair Trade Products
    Fairtrade is a strategy for poverty alleviation and sustainable development. Its purpose is to create opportunities for producers and workers who have been economically disadvantaged or marginalized by the conventional trading system. If fair access to markets under better trade conditions would help them to overcome barriers to development they can join Fairtrade. Fairtrade is a tool ...
  • April 13, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld- Green products
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office supplies company is one of the leading office supplies distributors in the country, ranking in the top 50 out of over 4200 and in the top 5 in London. Wiles Greenworld is particularly recognised for environmental expertise through winning green awards, operating energy efficient operations, providing the greenest products available and ...
  • April 13, 2011

    Flood Protection
    The Freuchie Mill area in Fife Scotland has always been prone to flooding and residents in the local community have learnt to live with the fear of heavy rainfall. However this fear now be something of the past, following the successful installation of Scotland’s first Self Closing Flood Barrier from UK Flood Barriers at the site. The ...
  • April 12, 2011

    2012 Olympics to meet less than 50% of renewable power generation target
    A report, the fourth yearly independent review of the environmental credentials of the Olympics, has been published by the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012. According to the report the Olympic Delivery Association (ODA) will meet its overall target of a 50% reduction in carbon emissions. However, only 9% of the site’s power will come from ...
  • April 12, 2011

    Greening your business
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office supplies company offers environmental consultancy to their customers, so that they can work together to become greener and support sustainable development. Products that Wiles Greenworld provides to customers include everything from general office supplies to catering supplies and printed stationery. With the aim of being a one stop shop for all ...
  • April 11, 2011

    Assessing environmental impacts
    A new guide has been published to help companies account for the impact their businesses have on the environment. The corporate Ecosystem Valuation (CEV) was developed by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The guide provides a framework for businesses to understand the full value of ecosystem impacts and inputs, such as ...
  • April 11, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld- Recycling Service in London
    Wiles Greenworld, London based office Supplies Company offers a free of charge recycling service to their customers within the London area, which not only saves customers money but is also better for the environment! By collecting recycling when they deliver goods to customers, cost and carbon are taken out of the loop and these are savings ...
  • April 8, 2011

    Cutting emissions
    The outstanding Eden Project has announced plans to cut more than half of its carbon emissions by 2015. In four years Cornwall’s Eden wants to reduce emissions by 55%, which is also a reduction of 80% in CO2 against a 2008 baseline. A raft of new efficiency measures designed to cut its CO2 emissions by a ...
  • April 7, 2011

    Campaign group launches ‘talking trash’ awards
    Politicians often talk rubbish, but now you can get your own back and nominate the government minister who you think trashes the case for recycling. Friends of the Earth’s (FoE) Talking Rubbish Awards aim to dump political and media recycling myths on the scrapheap – and show that those ministers who talk the most garbage don’t ...
  • April 7, 2011

    Sustainable buildings event
    Greenbuild Expo, the largest sustainable building and refurbishment event in the north of the UK, returns to Manchester Central for another two days of training, demonstrations, workshops and advice from all sectors of the built environment. The conference is free to all and is specifically targeted at those working in the volume housing and non-domestic building ...
  • April 6, 2011

    London churches go carbon neutral with Climate Action Plans
    The Church of England Diocese of London is pleased to announce that it is working to lower churches’ energy use and carbon footprint, as part of the Church of England’s national Shrinking the Footprint campaign. The Climate Action Plans process has been devised as a way to drive down energy and carbon without extreme costs. Using the ...
  • April 6, 2011

    Recycling Business coming of Age
    A South Wales company specialising in the recycling and recovery of end of life heaving electrical equipment has marked its 18th birthday with a £3m investment in a state of the art facility in Newport. Similar to this, Wiles Greenworld, London based office Supplies Company also offers a free recycling service to their customers within the ...
  • April 5, 2011

    UK’s first environmental tax rises
    Landfill tax in April 2011 will rise by £8 as the UK’s first environmental tax marks another milestone. The tax originally introduced by the Conservative environmental minister Lord Gummer in 1996, aims to force local authorities to recycle by making the cost of landfilling prohibitive. The tax is now £56 a tonne and will continue to rise ...
  • April 1, 2011

    3% rise in greenhouse gases due to the big chill
    Figures show that families pumped out more greenhouse gases last year by turning up heating to keep warm. Emissions rise by almost 3% as the coldest year since 1986 forced homeowners to use more power. Carbon dioxide- which makes up more than 80% of the total- rose by about 4%. Emissions from 2009 were reduced as ...
  • March 31, 2011

    Smart meter rollout plans underway
    The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has set out the overall strategy and timetable for the installation of 53 million smart meters in 30 million homes and businesses. DECC estimates that the average consumer will save around £23 per year on their energy bills by 2020 as a result of smart metering. The rollout ...
  • March 31, 2011

    Lack of nuclear pushes up energy industry emissions
    Problems at nuclear power stations forced energy firms to turn to coal and gas increasing emissions, according to Government figures. The provisional figures, published by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), revealed more emissions from the energy industry (+3.3%), residential (+13.4%) and business (+2.4%) sectors for last year. Overall, the energy supply sector was ...
  • March 30, 2011

    Council waste services
    The research found that 14.7 million people in Britain would consider joining a ‘volunteer army’ to safeguard vital frontline council services in the face of significant local authority budget cuts. Of those surveyed, 31% said they would be willing to help run services either as part of a ‘people’s management team’ or as a volunteer, with ...
  • March 29, 2011

    100% Recycling
    A water firm has pledged to recycle 100% of the 52 tonnes of tyres it goes through every year. Tyres from United Utilities’ fleet of 1411 vans, wagons and tankers will be closed loop recycled by Direct Tyre Management into playground floors and synthetic sports fields. The steel belt and bead wire inside the tyres is ...
  • March 29, 2011

    New hybrids will help improve air quality
    90 new hybrid buses will enter service this year as part of Transport for London’s (TfL’s) efforts to improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions. Financed by the Depart for Transport’s Green Bus Fund, the boost will bring the total number of hybrids in TfL’s fleet up to more than 200 by the end of the ...
  • March 29, 2011

    PwC building to be powered by cooking oil
    PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will use 45,000 litres of cooking oil to generate low carbon energy in its new headquarters on the Southbank of London. The company has signed a deal to use what it is says the largest ever office supply of recycled cooking oil from bars, restaurants and businesses across London. Two 6,000 litre tankers a week ...
  • March 28, 2011

    Bathing water quality profiles online
    Profiles for bathing water quality across the country have been put on line for the first time by the Environment Agency. The Environment Agency has created detailed profiles of the cleanliness of around 500 sites across England and Wales. Water quality is displayed in a number of ways including using green dots highlighting good quality and red ...
  • March 28, 2011

    Waste Reduction Policy
    The importance of reducing waste and being more environmentally friendly has recently heightened it’s awareness within the office supplies industry. With firms competing on price, green products and extra services to customers, Wiles Greenworld seems to tick all the boxes through competitive pricing, offering alternative green products where possible and offering free recycling service and environmental ...
  • March 25, 2011

    Water work will save 1.5 million litres of water a day
    More than 1.5 million litres of water will be saved everyday through pipe replacement work in Reading. According to Thames Water the £2.7 million project to replace ageing water mains will save enough water every two days to fill and Olympic-size swimming pool. The new scheme means that seven kilometres of ancient cast-iron pipes will be ...
  • March 25, 2011

    Green light for world’s largest wood burning power plant
    The world’s largest wood burning power plant power has been given the green light after it was proved it would not damage the public’s health. Plans for the Prenergy biomass plant in Port Talbot, which could generate up to 350 megawatts of power a year, can now move forward. In August last year Prenergy submitted an ...
  • March 24, 2011

    Traffic Control
    Green groups have urged London Mayor, Boris Johnson to urgently adopt stricter traffic control measures in the capital, ahead of a session at the London Assembly today where he will be quizzed on plans to improve the city’s air quality plan as required by the European Commission. Earlier this week, speaking to BusinessGreen, Johnson refused to ...
  • March 23, 2011

    Majority of UK public mistrusts corporate carbon claims
    According to new research, only 7% of the British public believe claims made by companies that they are taking action to reduce carbon emissions. The research also reveals that two-thirds of people question the authenticity of the promises, with 90% wanting firms to commit to the average 3% per year emissions cut required for the UK ...
  • March 21, 2011

    Sustainable waste- recycling service
    The Irish company was appointed as the successful bidder by South Dublin County Council to provide the service after a competitive sales process. Greyhound is a sustainable waste company offering a zero waste to landfill service. The company does not own landfill and says it does not believe that landfill provides a sustainable solution to waste ...
  • March 18, 2011

    World’s largest tidal power project for Scotland
    The Scottish government has approved a major tidal project to be developed in the Sound of Islay on Scotland’s west coast. The £40 million project is currently the largest of its kind in the world and will generate enough electricity for over 5,000 homes and eight distilleries and maltings on the island. The 10 megawatt facility will ...
  • March 17, 2011

    Fuel Poverty
    The (DECC) Department of Energy and Climate Change has asked Professor John Hills to head up a review to define and measure fuel poverty in order to help vulnerable consumers. Other areas which will be considered are income distribution and the welfare state, social security, housing and taxation. Latest figures suggest that in 2010, four million ...
  • March 16, 2011

    Green tip of the day- Reports
    Only print reports off once and pass them around the office for everyone to read instead of printing out the same report for everyone. This saves huge amounts of paper, is more environmentally friendly and saves on costs.
  • March 16, 2011

    Nuclear fears intensify in Japan
    The Japanese government has said radiation has reached dangerous levels and has ordered people in the 20km exclusion zone around the plant to leave the area. People living within 20km and 30km are advised to stay indoors and keep windows closed. The debate over nuclear power will intensify although David Cameron dismissed any parallels between Japan’s ...
  • March 14, 2011

    UK moves above EU average municipal recycling rate
    The figures, which are issued by the statistical body Eurostat, also show that the UK continued to lag behind the average percentage of municipal waste composted across the EU’s 27 member states, and that it had an above-average reliance on landfill. The data represents the third annual analysis of European municipal waste management by Eurostat, and ...
  • March 11, 2011

    M&S most sustainable store
    The Simply Food Store is on Ecclesall Road in Sheffield and will be the first of a number of planned ‘Sustainable Learning’ stores. The stores will be zero carbon in the construction and will be made from 100% recycled material. The Sheffield store is being built on a former brownfield site and M&S says it is ...
  • March 10, 2011

    Green tip of the day- Recycling at work
    Wiles Greenworld, green office Supplies Company in West London offers customers a free recycling service and promotes recycling within their energy efficient office. With different types of recycling bins for, paper, plastics and metal around the office, staff are able to recycle effectively which has helped the stationery supplier bring their waste to landfill down to ...
  • March 9, 2011

    Government’s carbon plan
    The public and organisations are being invited to give their views on the document and a final version will be published in the autumn and will be updated annually. The Carbon Plan focuses on the jobs and economic opportunities a green economy is expected to bring and on the policies to move to a low carbon ...
  • March 9, 2011

    Air Quality
    The European Commission has granted London more time to comply with air quality standards, but the extension requires the UK to adapt its air quality plan for the capital by June. The capital has faced repeated warnings from the EU over its poor air quality, and has submitted several requests asking for more time to deal ...
  • March 8, 2011

    Green Tip of the day- Turn off your lights and have an eco friendly office
    By turning off your lights when not needed, you are able to save money and also have a positive effect on the environment. Wiles Greenworld, London based office Supplies Company has switched to sensored lighting in some areas of their energy efficient office and also changed them to low energy light bulbs. By implementing procedures such as ...
  • March 8, 2011

    Inland Homes and E.ON to construct low carbon community in West London
    Power and gas company E.ON has joined forces with Inland Homes a Brownfield regeneration specialist in order to build a low carbon community in West London through property development. The Drayton Garden Village will have almost 1000 properties including homes, flats, social housing, an 80-bed care home a medical centre and retail units. Once completed the community ...
  • March 7, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld recycling service
    London based office supplies company, Wiles Greeenworld offers a free of charge recycling service, that not only saves customer money but is also better for the environment. By collecting recycling when they deliver goods to customer they are able to take cost and carbon out of the loop and those savings and benefits are passed ...
  • March 4, 2011

    Online simulation to help cut carbon
    Chris Huhne, energy minister Huhne has unveiled a new website aimed at helping people cut the UK’s carbon footprint by 2050. Launched by (DECC) Department of Energy and Climate Change, ‘My2050’ aims to help people make the transition to a low carbon economy and even more importantly, will tell DECC what they want 2050 to look ...
  • March 1, 2011

    Britons want to be greener but don’t know where to begin
    A survey shows that over 75% of Britons want to reduce their impacts on the environment but are worried about the cost and confused about the technologies on offer. This survey follows a previous survey that revealed that three quarters of the public do not consider the energy efficiency of a property before buying or ...
  • March 1, 2011

    Sustainability at the heart of the Government
    The mainstreaming sustainable development package will ensure the government policies have been sustainability proofed, making sure they deliver sustainable economic growth, improve our quality of life and protect the environment. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said, “The Government is determined that as we reduce the deficit, we also rebalance the economy and put it on ...
  • February 28, 2011

    ‘1 in 100 year’ flood disasters could happen every other decade
    Catastrophic flood events normally expected once a century – similar to those witnessed recently in Pakistan and Australia – can now be expected every 20 years. This is the view of around 300 scientists, policy-makers, economists and business people who have gathered in Ottawa, Canada for an international conference hosted by the Canadian Water Network (CWN). The ...
  • February 25, 2011

    Being smart and environmental with waste
    Sainsbury’s has switched on a smart grid system using green products and innovative technology. The system at the new store in Hythe, Kent, will use power from waste oil and fat which will feed into a bio fuel generator. The system monitors the National Grid and activates a generator when there is an increased demand for electricity ...
  • February 25, 2011

    Online green claims clamp down
    The Adverting Standards Agency (ASA) will look at green claims made by businesses and promises to ‘name and shame’ those who don’t tell the truth. Earlier this month improved guidance aimed at clarifying what business environmental claims was used by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). This guidance was aimed at providing clarity ...
  • February 24, 2011

    Green tip of the day- Heating
    Turn down your central heating thermostat by 1 degree. You can save up to 10% on bills.
  • February 24, 2011

    Green cheese company
    Dairy products company Adams Foods has announced carbon savings of 476 tonnes in its new factory and office complex in Staffordshire. The company which is famous for Kerrygold brand installed combined heat and power (CHP) technology provided by sustainable power group ENER-G as part of its environmental management programme. An estimated carbon saving of 476 tonnes has ...
  • February 23, 2011

    Tip of the day- Considering Transport
    Next time you go shopping for fruit and vegetables look at the ‘country of origin’ and choose the product that has travelled the least. Transport uses energy, so choosing locally produced food saves energy and pollution from the truck, ship or plane that brought those goods to the shop!
  • February 23, 2011

    Toxic chemical risk rise
    According to a report released by the UN, Climate Change worsens the effects of toxic chemicals. It is the first systematic review of the impact of climate change on the release of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) into the environment. The report highlights the dangers of landfills leaking due to flooding, or other extreme weather linked to rising ...
  • February 22, 2011

    Green tip of the day
    Reuse rain water from your roof to water your lawn
  • February 22, 2011

    MacBook Air Green Product
    Apple’s MacBook Air makes an impressive eco-conscious statement, as does an array of other recent items. From clothing to gadgets to toys, manufacturers are working hard to create environmentally friendly products for an increasingly eco-conscious consumer base. The Apple MacBook Air stands out as a green product. The ultra thin computer has a recyclable carrying case ...
  • February 21, 2011

    Tip of the day!
    Drink tap water over bottled water. Bottled water costs more, takes more energy to create, and to transport. In most circumstances, tap water is cleaner than bottled water.
  • February 21, 2011

    Co-operative Group commits to ambitious ethical operating plan
    The Co-operative Group is launching an ethical operating plan in hopes to benchmark a standard for corporate responsibility on carbon reduction, fair trade and community involvement. The company which employees 120,000 staff also plans to increase its membership from six million to twenty million and double its support for green energy to £1 billion. School involvement ...
  • February 18, 2011

    Energy statements ‘not fit for purpose’
    Yearly energy statements are failing to deliver cheaper bills according to research carried out by price comparison site, Uswitch.com. Energy suppliers had until December 2010 to provide customers with their first annual statement, detailing their current energy plan, yearly consumption and how much they can expect to pay for their energy over the next year. However ...
  • February 18, 2011

    Results of Irish water supplies mixed
    The report says that there has been a 50% reduction over the past two years but that further investment is needed to bring detection levels in line with other EU countries. The report reveals that E.Coli was detected at least once in 27 out of 944 public water supplies in 2009. This figure is down from ...
  • February 17, 2011

    Asia’s greenest city is Singapore
    The research looked at 22 Asian cities’ environmental performance and climate protection measures. Singapore city stood out for its ambitious targets and its efficient approach to achieving them. Eight categories were applied to the research: energy and CO2, land use and buildings, transport, waste, water, sanitation, air quality and environmental governance. The report shows that prosperous Asian ...
  • February 17, 2011

    GE sustainability strategy saves company £81m
    GE has saved £81 million since implementing a comprehensive sustainability strategy five years ago. The global infrastructure, finance and media company launched its Ecoimagination strategy back in 2005 and since then it has been going well. Ecoimagination is an initiative aimed at building innovative solutions to meet GE’s customers demand for more energy efficient products. In the ...
  • February 16, 2011

    Water firm pledges no waste or pollution and 50% emission cuts by 2015
    The UK’s largest water firm claims to have announced the most ambitious set of environmental targets in the industry. In Love Every Drop Anglian Water pledges to eliminate all waste, all accidents, all pollution and halve its carbon use by 2015. Anglian Water is the largest water company in the UK by geographic area serving more than ...
  • February 16, 2011

    Northern Ireland launches environment survey
    The Northern Ireland government has launched a £4 million cross border scheme to study the sustainable use of natural resources. Researchers will monitor levels of carbon in soil and identify groundwater pollution. The project will provide high quality geological information to ensure sustainable use of Northern Ireland’s natural resources. The research gathered will contribute to use of ...
  • February 15, 2011

    Measurements matter for smart cities
    All types of companies are now working harder than ever to make urban areas more efficient and more sustainable. More than 50% of the world’s population now lives in urban areas. This trend is expected to continue and by 2050 the United Nations estimates that nearly 69% of humanity will live in cities. This ongoing shift ...
  • February 14, 2011

    US celebrity Erin Brockovich is new Aussie Environmentalist
    Australia has a new champion for environmental issues in the form of international environment and human rights crusader, Erin Brockovich. She has launched a new organisation, Environmental Justice Society (EJS), with the aim of informing Australians about environmental issues and how to protect the Australian habitat. The organisation is a collective of environmentalists including lawyers and academics ...
  • February 11, 2011

    Flood defence schemes announced
    The new flood defence schemes will provide additional protection to over 13,000 households, will cover repairs to existing defences heighten public awareness of the issue and develop the use of flood forecasting technologies. Environmental Agency chairman Lord Chris Smith said, “We will continue to protect as many homes and businesses as we can”. The government is also ...
  • February 11, 2011

    Landfill fire will burn for another two weeks
    A landfill will be on fire for at least another two weeks with firefighters remaining on site to water-down smouldering waste. The landfill in Kerdiffstown near Nas in Ireland caught fire two weeks ago and is still burning. Residents living nearby to the site have been ordered to stay inside, while the authorities have issued warnings for ...
  • February 10, 2011

    Education on water is needed by consumers
    A new study shows that the public’s understanding of water demand is crucial to managing water efficiency programmes. The study published in The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), says that consumers are not aware of their own water usage and are not willing to change their behaviour in order to tackle the issue ...
  • February 9, 2011

    Carbon Trust Standard retained by O2 through energy efficient office
    According to figures released by O2 the company has cut carbon emissions by nearly 30,000 tonnes CO2 in the last two years. O2 was the first mobile network operator to be awarded the Carbon Trust Standard in 2009 and have now been recertified. Chief executive of O2 UK believes that the Carbon Trust Standard is a ...
  • February 8, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld, London office Supplies Company recognised in Innovation Services and Systems award
    This year’s Fleet Hero Awards from the Energy Saving Trust was held at a central London location on Tuesday 1st February 2011, which saw entries from many organisations that implement innovative, energy efficient, fleet policies. Wiles Greenworld, London office Supplies Company was recognised in the Innovation in Services and Systems award. This category recognises organisation that are ...
  • February 8, 2011

    FIT (feed-in tariffs) for business purpose?
    Sustainable Development Director of Wiles Greenworld, London office Supplies Company thought, finally subsidies to support renewables until such time as a credible carbon tax was introduced. However the commercial evaluation of the FIT (feed-in tariffs) did not match Toby Robins initial enthusiasm. Financials numbers looked very appealing to begin with, with a 3.5Kw PV system costing ...
  • February 7, 2011

    Find out how green a product is through new iPhone app
    Customers and businesses are now able to check the environmental impact and overall ethical rating of many brands and compare products from different companies thanks to a new iPhone application. The app available on iPhone, iTouch and iPad has been launched by the (ECO) The Ethical Company Organisation called ‘The Good Shopping Guide’. The app is ...
  • February 7, 2011

    Recycling means we save 40% of rubbish
    Recycling was once the domain only of keen environmentalists and an older generation used to a life of ‘make do and mend’. Despite our never ending culture of consumption, more than 40% of all house hold waste is now reused, recycled or composted. 2011 is the first time Britain has reached that statistical landmark. By producing less ...
  • February 4, 2011

    Wind jobs double in the UK- Go Green
    The UK wind energy sector saw an estimated double employment increase last year, bucking the shrinking jobs market in the UK economy as a whole. Figures released by renewable energy trade body RenewableUK, showed a 91% increase in full time employment for the wind energy sector between 2007/8 and 2009/10. These new figures come at a ...
  • February 3, 2011

    Greening supply chain benefits big businesses and suppliers
    The Carbon Disclosure Project 2011 Supply Chain report shows that carbon in the supply chain has saved more than 50% of big businesses and 25% of their supplier’s money over the past year. As the supply chain accounts for more than 50% of carbon emissions, reducing emissions in the chain can therefore have a huge impact ...
  • February 2, 2011

    Wiles Greenworld awarded for Recycling Service
    The Energy Saving Trust held its Fleet Hero Awards ceremony at The Guardian newspaper last night. Following a speech by the Transport Minister Norman Baker, awards were presented including recognition of London office supplies company Wiles Greenworld for its innovative free of charge recycling service which has proved so popular. The innovation had already been recognised earlier ...
  • February 1, 2011

    Investment in clean tech should be incentivised
    According to sustainability advisors, more incentives are needed to encourage investment in clean technology business. Issues of renewable energy have apparently hit a wall, as people see little incentive and need to invest in the sector. Therefore the benefits of renewable energy and sustainability need to be voiced and spread clearly amongst individuals and especially companies ...
  • February 1, 2011

    Company takes the biscuit with waste cuts
    These four sites made the cuts by reducing the amount of waste being brought into the business and by burning any residual waste that could not be recycled normally to create energy from waste in an incinerator. The firm has had severally successes in meeting targets in advance. For example last year they achieved a target ...
  • January 31, 2011

    Water meters may become compulsory for all
    Water meters may become compulsory for all households under government changes to the water charging system, which will be announced next month. An Independent review has reported that the current charge on water is unfair and does not encourage reduced usage of water supplies. The government is taking a new approach in believing that metering is ...
  • January 31, 2011

    UK’s largest modular build eco-store in Warwickshire unveiled by Supermarket giant
    Yorkon, off site construction specialist, has built the new Tesco superstore using the modular system, meaning it was constructed in a factory and assembled piece by piece on site. Green features of the new supermarket store include roof-mounted photovoltaic solar panels, making use of rainwater harvesting and timber dressing from sustainable sources. This shows Tesco is ...
  • January 28, 2011

    Eurostar encourages customers to ‘tread lightly’
    Most businesses are now focusing on the need to drive forward a sustainable agenda. The financial benefits are very clear; by using less energy your costs are reduced. This is a very simple message which is easy to understand, but how does businesses get customers on board? For customers, green choice doesn’t necessarily mean a saving ...
  • January 27, 2011

    Call for gas to meet emissions targets
    Economists have said that new gas stations need to be built to meet emissions targets in the electricity sector. The energy and climate change select committee held a question session on the proposed electricity market reform. The specialist in utilities, infrastructure, regulation and the environment has said the reform was need regardless of government aims to ...
  • January 26, 2011

    Green mouse released by Fujitsu
    The new mouse is a lookalike of the traditional version, including even a scroll wheel at the base, however is made of much greener components which are none oil-based materials. Arboform and Biograde are the substitute materials for plastic, which come from renewable sources and use far less CO2 in the manufacturing process than the equivalent ...
  • January 25, 2011

    Desirable Branding
    According to research, human desire is the fundamental motivation of all human action, therefore brands that can evoke this powerful emotion in consumers are likely to get ahead of competitors and generate a higher return on investment for shareholders. The research also found that desirability does not apply to expensive products, as only eight of the ...
  • January 25, 2011

    Swimming pools could be heated by energy from cremated cadavers
    Plans to use power from cremating the dead to heat swimming pools have been put forward. The north east Worcestershire borough council are currently considering plans for a renewable heat source from cremating the dead. Leader of Redditch Borough Council is the first to be interested in the words first investigation to heat pipes from a crematorium ...
  • January 24, 2011

    Sustainability commitment made by Pepsi
    Plans by PepsiCo UK have been revealed to use Forest Stewardship Council approved paper based packaging for its Walker and Quaker brands within the next three years in order to make all packaging renewable recyclable or biodegradable by 2018 as part of their Pepsi’s wider strategy. The material proposed is currently being trialled on its premium ...
  • January 21, 2011

    Death rates rise through bad air cuts in Hong Kong
    Visibility in Hong Kong now averages out at 12.6km (7.8miles), which is well below cities such as Paris, Berlin and Vancouver, where visibility stands at an average of between 20 to 25km. While the amount of particulates in places like Vancouver and Auckland measured between 10 to 12 micrograms per cubic meter of air, Hong Kong ...
  • January 20, 2011

    Higher risk for insurers through climate change
    Scientists have suggested that warmer conditions will lead to more intense drought, floods, cyclones and rising sea level and the insurance industry says the number of weather-related disasters has already risen dramatically over the past several decades. As a growing human population, living in cities we are adding to the risks of increasingly unstable weather. Weather ...
  • January 20, 2011

    £2.8m climate change park will bloom in Barking
    A £2.8 million climate change park is set to be in motion in one of London’s most deprived boroughs. Barking and Dagenham have been awarded £120,000 from the ethical funding organisation the SITA Trust, the final piece of the financial jigsaw. A natural haven for wildlife is to be evolved of Mayes Brook Park’s playing fields. ...
  • January 19, 2011

    2011 set to be crucial year for UK green business
    According to UK firms and lobby groups, 2011 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for the low carbon economy and green business. GreenWise polled 25 firms, which suggested that conditions were right for real progress on reducing carbon emissions and placing sustainability at the heart of the business. An optimistic view was expressed about ...
  • January 18, 2011

    Recycling message sent to councils by Unions
    The public services union has released a report on the best and worst councils for recycling. The survey covered 357 councils and ranked them according to the rates of re-use, recycling or composting. Staffordshire Moorlands came at the top of the league with 61.8% recycling rate and Ashford Borough Council was at the bottom of the ...
  • January 14, 2011

    Green boiler grants offered by NPower
    NPower, energy firm is filling the government’s gap of suspended Warm Front Scheme by offering grants on green boilers to certain homes. Grants of £350 towards new boilers have been offered by the energy provider until the end of March, while the Warm Front Scheme is on hold, to residents aged 60 or over who own ...
  • January 13, 2011

    Recycling- quantity or quality
    The ICE- Institution of Civil Engineers, has warned local councils could be focusing heavily on quantity rather than quality in efforts to increase recycling rates. According to the Waste and Resource Management report, the ICE warns that increasing levels of low grade material is being produced by recycling efforts as more items are diverted from landfill, ...
  • January 12, 2011

    Auto Show promotes Mercedes-Benz Electric Supercar
    Mercedes-Benz has launched a new electric supercar at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. The vehicle features four electric engines which provide 526 horsepower and 649 lbs per foot of torque. The car is able to reach 65 mph within four seconds and 130 mph in less than 12 seconds. The car is also vibration free ...
  • January 11, 2011

    Climate change predictions published
    A report published in Nature Geosciences, is the first to look at effects of climate change over the next millennium. Predictions indicate that sea levels could rise 13 feet within the next 1000 years. The results also showed desertification would take place in large regions of North Africa, within land drying out by up to 30 ...
  • January 10, 2011

    Empire State- goes green
    By purchasing nearly 55 million kWh of renewable energy annually, the Empire State building will reduce its CO2 emissions drastically, with a two year contract with Green Mountain Energy Company. This huge saving is the equivalent to every house in New York State turning off all their lights for a week. The renewable energy supply ...
  • January 7, 2011

    Reforms will reward farmers for sustainability
    The Environment Secretary is calling for a reform of EU farming subsidies. Mrs Spelman spoke today at the Oxford Farming Conference to outline her vision for the Common Agricultural Policy, which is being currently negotiated in Europe. She said that the terms need to be fundamentally changed so that farmers who protect the environment should get rewards ...
  • January 6, 2011

    Funding for Waste Recycling Projects won by community
    Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority and its contactor Veolia Environmental Services have pushed community schemes to recycle waste in 2011. A total of £20,000 has been awarded to four community projects for their ideas on waste awareness workshops, educational workshops and re-use swap shops. This funding will motivate communities to become environmentally friendly and support sustainable development. Some ...
  • January 5, 2011

    Carbon Trust says Wiles Greenworld’s proof is in the Standard
    A lot of work has been put into achieving certification with Carbon Trust Standard through a number of carbon saving measures, in order to reduce carbon emissions since the merger between Wiles Group Ltd and Green World Supplies Ltd in 2006. Wiles Greenworld aims to offer less harmful for the environment office supplies, as we are ...