Care homes risk unnecessary costs and fines by failing to comply with green laws

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Businesses in the care sector risk throwing away thousands of pounds each year on unnecessary charges and fines by failing to stay on top of environmental legislation.

To help small and medium-sized healthcare businesses recognise their environmental obligations, the free environmental law website has just launched online guidance for businesses in the healthcare sector.

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