Tynedale Cricket Club Environmental Policy


Tynedale Cricket Club is committed to minimising any adverse impact on the environment from its activities and will in particular:

• Comply with all applicable environmental legislation and other specific requirements to which the club subscribes

• Prevent pollution of land, air and water from the clubs premises and its activities

• Identify and manage key risks and ensure that arrangements are in place to respond to foreseeable environmental incidents and emergencies

• Review the actual and potential environmental impacts of all the clubs activities, including those affecting the local community

• Minimise energy consumption by improving energy efficiency in line with business needs and implementing the use of renewable energy sources wherever possible

• Promote waste minimisation, re-use and recycling of waste and monitoring waste transfer arrangements to ensure safe disposal

• Develop environment friendly travel plans, aiming to contribute to a reduction in traffic congestion and pollution

• Demonstrate our responsibility as a good neighbour by actively supporting environmental initiatives in the local community

• Strive for continuous progressive improvement in environmental performance through the setting of specific objectives and targets and the development of key performance indicators

• Promote a culture of environmental awareness across the club, involve staff and members in environmental programmes and provide training where necessary

ECB Sustainable Clubs website

Utilities Consumption Statistics

Gas KwH Cost Unit price
2010 44347 £ 1485.96 2.74p
2011 38142 £ 1509.91 2.74p
2012 33893 £ 1811.52 4.45p
2013 34857 £ 1803.62 4.45p
2014 17096 £  666.98 3.90p
Electricity KwH Cost Unit price Feed in tariff
2010 24797 £ 2832.02 8.65p
2011 26017 £ 3033.26 8.65p
2012 21334 £ 2898.72 10.57p £226.67
2013 15452 £ 2139.28 10.57p £632.28
2014 13989 £ 2065.17 11.38p £661.70
Water m3 Cost
2010 457 £ 1121.52
2011 722 £ 1703.57
2012 372 £ 1086.75
2013 412 £ 1203.64
2014 330 £ 1142.91

updated 11th November 2014