Vansbros first green leasing contract

In May, the municipality property manager, Olle Wiking and Camilla Andersson, the principal of the Smedsbergsskolan, signed the municipality's first green lease contract.

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Photo: The prinsipal of the smedsbersskolan, Camilla Andersson, and the municipality's acting property manager, Olle Wiking, have just signed their first green lease agreement.

It is a major step towards more conscious environmental work for both the school and the municipality. The agreement means, that both parties will work to reduce energy and material use. It also states that both parties promise to choose environment friendly materials when refurbished or repaired the facility.

A green lease contract gives the property owners the opportunity to contribute to a better environment. The municipality going to do an energy audit of the school, that will help them to priorities which energy measures will be best suited to implement.

The school will focus on education on sustainability this will help teachers, students and parents to make greener choices and save energy. One project is to develop their recycling stations. In May 2020 the school will organize an environmental day to celebrate their accomplishments.  

Vansbro municipality is proud taking this step and looking forward to signing more contracts in the future.

Target: Municipality's, landlords, tenants, schools

Planed outcome: Lower energy use and sustainability.

 

Text author: Benny Magnusson

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