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Watford Net Zero

A Watford Borough Council Initiative

A perfectly aligned partnership, Watford Borough Council and Wenta. Watford Borough Council: Providing two-year support for SMEs to reduce carbon emissions in the Watford area. Wenta: Every staff member has pledged carbon emission actions, the team of experienced business advisors empower clients by providing access to the latest learning content, resources and tailored support for their Net Zero journeys. This places Wenta in a perfect position to support Watford Borough Council with their aspirational decarbonisation programme 'Watford Net Zero'.

What is Watford Net Zero?

Watford Net Zero refers to a decarbonisation project aimed at reducing the amount of carbon, mainly carbon dioxide (CO2), sent into the atmosphere.

Decarbonisation refers to all measures through which an organisation reduces their carbon footprint in order to reduce its impact on the climate. 

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Who this programme is for

Wenta recognises that local businesses may be at different stages of their carbon emission reduction journey, if they have started at all. Therefore, the support to help to reduce emissions – to decarbonise – is tailored for size of venture, industry sector and progress made so far.

In partnership with Watford Borough Council, Wenta is now offering dedicated bespoke guidance, resources and skills training support to 250 local Watford businesses.

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Benefitting local businesses

  • Access to green grants
  • Access to more supply chains to win new business
  • Attracting and retaining staff teams
  • Improving brand reputation 
  • Gaining competitive advantage over other businesses 
  • Reducing waste and over-consumption 
  • Reducing emissions   
  • CPD Certification
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A Watford Borough Council and Wenta partnership

A Watford Borough Council and Wenta partnership

A Watford Borough Council and Wenta partnership

What the programme includes

Trackable progress

Specialist learning content

Virtual or face-to-face sessions

Progress check-in calls

Regular emailed content

Templates, newsletter and updates

“I'm being asked by suppliers about my 'Green Agenda', what is this?  ”

“Suppliers will now only work with organisations that clearly state their intentions towards environmental impacts, and want to see a commitment that manages and minimises this.”

UK Shared Prosperity Fund

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund - a central pillar of the UK Government's Levelling-Up agenda, which provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025.

The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, people and skills.

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