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CGU projects environmental image

CGU Life plans to project an illuminated 20-foot Energy Efficiency logo on to its head office building to demonstrate its commitment to environmental issues.


The stunt is part of a national campaign being run by the Energy Efficiency Advice Centre to promote the reduction of wasteful energy usage.


CGU Life head of facilities Rob Brown says: &#34We have a very responsible attitude to the environment and our actions are proving advantageous from both an environmental viewpoint and also reducing the cost base to benefit policyholders and shareholders.&#34

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