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The James Paget University Hospitals, UK

​Case Study
The James Paget University Hospitals
NHS Foundation Trust

Flexible Tissue solutions delivers 50% reduction in consumables.

The James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust became the first
Foundation Trust in Norfolk and Suffolk on 1st August 2006.

The Hospital prides itself on a continued commitment to modernising
and improving patient care. With a strong national reputation for research and excellence in the quality of their training facilities, the hospital trains over one third of the
medical students from the University of East Anglia.

With a carbon footprint of 18 million tonnes CO2 per year and despite an increase in efficiency, the NHS has increased its carbon footprint by 40% since 1990. With the Government’s climate change objectives within the Climate Change Act, the two main targets are:

• A minimum reduction of 34% in carbon emissions by 2020 across the UK.
• An 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050.

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James Paget Case Study