At Ingleburn RSL Club we recognise that our trading operations can impact on the natural, social and economic environments around us.
In response to this, and in the interests of leading by example, Ingleburn RSL Club have committed to minimising the negative impacts on these three areas through continual improvement and the pursuit of best practice within our operations.
We have introduced several water-saving measures, including water efficient taps and toilets, rain water tanks and water-efficient garden watering systems. In doing so we’ve saved over 9.5 Olympic-sized swimming pools of water.
Ingleburn RSL Club has also installed the EnergyLink system, designed to drill down from a single site-wide electricity monitoring capability to one that provides sub-metering at 12 key points throughout the Club. This improved visibility allows the Club to better manage electricity use and is supported by external engineers that observe the resulting data and provide on-going recommendations for improvement. The EnergyLink system is anticipated to reduce electricity consumption by 10% per annum.
In addition to this, we have upgraded our lighting (where possible) to energy-saving LED’s. This is throughout the Club and also in our car park many of which are integrated with movement sensors. And we’ve installed a Pulp Master System in the kitchen to remove food waste from the general waste collection and put it into fertiliser production instead.
Through using less energy in our everyday activities, we’ve saved 257 cars’ worth of C02 emissions. Because every little bit counts.