WISBECH: Now Environment Agency signs up to offer advice at FREE business breakfast
THE Environment Agency is one of several organisations offering free advice and information to Wisbech businesses over breakfast at The Boathouse in Wisbech on Thursday 2 April. Members of Environment Agency staff will be on hand to answer questions on
THE Environment Agency is one of several organisations offering free advice and information to Wisbech businesses over breakfast at The Boathouse in Wisbech on Thursday 2 April.
Members of Environment Agency staff will be on hand to answer questions on a variety of different topics, from how to deal with storing oil securely to what to do with old electrical equipment, while saving money.
Geoff Brighty, area manager for the Environment Agency, said: 'We appreciate that running a business can mean great pressure and there are many directions in which you can be pulled.
'We hope that anyone who wants information about keeping within the law on environmental issues or tips on how to save money by reducing waste will come along and chat to a member of our team.'
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The Environment Agency is just one organisation attending the 'Better Regulation, Better Business' business breakfast. The free event will give people chance to find out about the latest in business legislation, listen to a selection of speakers and ask questions about regulatory issues.
The event is being organised by the Cambridgeshire Local Business Partnership. To book a place phone Business Link on 0845 6011000.
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