Statistically significant savings at ONS
A mixture of big projects and small changes has helped the office for national statistics cut its carbon footprint and operational costs. the environmentalist reportsThe cabinet office ranked ONS – the office for national statistics – the “best sustainable performer” across the UK government in 2012. The accolade was the result of several years’ hard work by ONS t
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