A £288,000 project has provided nine of Enfield Councilís corporate buildings with energy efficient LED lights, which the council said would save £54,000 a year and 254 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
The new lighting system will also improve illumination levels and reduce maintenance costs.
Installations were carried out by the Laser Buying Group at Charles Babbage House, John Wilkes House, Enfield Business Centre, Community House, Park Avenue Day Centre, the CCTV Centre, Marsh House, the Youth Offending Centre and Enfield Music Centre. The work was funded through the council's Salix Recycling Fund.
The initiative is part of the Enfield 2020 sustainability programme, aimed at improving the energy performance of council buildings.
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