Birmingham news Waitrose announces major £4,000 change affecting 332 stores PremierLeague-News.Com
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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Waitrose has announced that it plans to install heat pumps to help it save money in 332 stores. The John Lewis-owned supermarket will replace the gas boilers that have been heating its stores to save money with spiralling energy costs. It will also work towards its net-zero goals and expected to provide consistent temperatures within its estate, although Waitrose said temperatures would vary depending on the layout of stores. Neil Coleman, from parent company the John Lewis Partnership, said: “No business is immune to rising energy costs. “We’ve already set an ambitious plan to reduce our energy consumption and reach our goal of net zero emissions by 2035. With energy prices rising, we’re accelerating this.” Read more: Asda will give you free £2 cash if you decide to get a flu jab Waitrose has also said that fridges will also be upgraded to make them 40 per cent more efficient, and lights will be switched to LEDs to cut electricity use by up to 10 per cent.
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. These use streams of air to create “air seals” that can stop hot air leaving stores and cold air getting in. It comes as parents company John Lewis is set for a High Court showdown after an author is taking legal action over an alleged copyright infringement over its 2019 Christmas advert, Excitable Edgar. Children’s author Fay Evans is suing the department store retailer and the advertising agency DDB UK behind its Excitable Edgar ad after it featured a “striking similarity” to her debut book, Fred The Fire-Sneezing Dragon. John Lewis refute the claims. READ MORE: UK households 'swear by' £1.50 Poundland product which gets rid of condensation Air fryer warning for Black Friday as shoppers losing out to £10m scam Lidl shoppers could get 'brilliant' air fryer for just £40 Tesco, Aldi, M&S, Lidl, Asda, Sainsbury's egg rules as supermarkets issue announcements Morrisons shoppers ask 'is this a joke' after spotting price of Yorkshire Tea
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