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Carbon Management

Carbon Management

If you are interested in how Wrexham Glynd┼Ár University (WGU) is managing its energy consumption and carbon reduction, this section will provide an in-depth understanding.

The Sustainability Action Group closely monitor energy consumption in all of our buildings and are dedicated to understanding how our operations contribute to our carbon footprint.

We have campuses in North Wales - Wrexham (Plas Coch and Regent Street), St Asaph and Northop.  

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WGU is committed to implementing energy conservation practices and measures, reducing our carbon footprint and preserving environmental resources. We will aspire to contribute to a sustainable energy future and invest in our planet.

Carbon Management

Our current and future programme of works will maximise the University’s contribution to the goals in the Well-being of Future Generations Wales (2015) Act, in particular ‘A Prosperous Wales’ well – being goal.

In line with the Sustainable Development Principle, we endeavour to ensure prevention of carbon increase and to meet our emissions targets, reduce light pollution, generate financial savings to sustain further energy saving projects and provide employment opportunities.

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