Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
Ecohair and beauty have developed their Virtual Salon. You can log on and enter the virtual salon to learn about sustainable hair care in a fun and engaging way. Once finished you can get the Sustainable stylist certificate. Why not get all staff to work through the salon and be eligible for the Sustainable Salon Certificate.
Find out more ands sign up for your free access to the virtual salon.
You can reduce your energy consumption by making some simple changes to everyday tasks. Once these become accepted as the new norm, you will begin to achieve significant cost savings too.
The starting point is to monitor your energy use, checking bills and working out where energy is used in your salon. You can then record the benefits of taking steps to reduce energy consumption.
You can encourage staff to:
Eco Hair and Beauty have videos that demonstrate a number of techniques that will reduce energy consumption.
see our page on Reducing water consumption in Hair and Beauty sector
See our page on Reducing waste in the Hair and Beauty sector
See our page on Air quality in the Hair and Beauty sector
Any business that wants to reduce its waste should contact:
Free online e-learning courses from RES
Eco Hair and Beauty have a wide range of resources and information aimed at helping to make the hair and beauty sector more sustainable and more efficient.
Working with industry leaders and the All Party Political Group (includes Habia, Hair Council, NHF, VTCT) Eco Hair and Beauty have created TWO certifications.
1. Sustainable Stylist Certificate
2. Sustainable Salon Certificate
Complete our virtual salon training to get the Stylist certificate. Once most of the staff have completed this, the salon manager can complete the super quick and easy Salon Certificate form.
To find out more, see www.ecohairandbeauty.com
or get in touch: Ecohair@soton.ac.uk
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