NHS Energy and Water Bills

November 21, 2013 12:00 PM

We can today reveal that the NHS in England wasted £41.4 million last year simply by paying more than it should for energy and water. The money wasted annually on excessive utility bills could cover the cost of employing 1,350 more nurses. A number of hospitals could have saved over a million pounds each just by getting a better deal from their energy costs.

Click here to read the full research (including breakdowns for individual regions and tables of those wasting the most)

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