#Manchester City Council leaving a light on or three in their Extension. Still.

According to a report that went to Finance Scrutiny on Thursday 6th, there’s a 15% failure rate on movement sensors and the contractors are taking the hit. So that’s alright then.

There’s no absolutely no reputational risk whatsoever to a City Council blatantly wasting energy and carbon dioxide. I mean, it’s not as if anybody in Manchester is having any trouble heating the place they are lucky enough to call home, is there?

#Idefyyoutomakethisstuffup

Update: Here’s the without-Belinda-Carlisle- version; why not open in another browser and have it playing with the volume low?  #peskycopyrightlaws

 

And, you’re getting a “blocked content” thing if you live in

 

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Btw, this film is a sequel to one posted in the blog post on Weds 5th February “Manchester Council goes at carbon literacy with all … lights … blazing.”

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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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