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Good point Jason. When a gunman opens fire at a school the gun lobby are quick to point out that guns can be used for good and bad. They are not responsible if someone uses their product against society instead of for the good of it. An emotional subject but they have a point With all our industry acknowledging that display cases are far more efficient when fitted with doors, and that continuing to using use cabinets without doors is one of the most environmentally damaging practices in terms of energy wastage known in modern society, it says a lot about this RAC industry that we then seek and gain funding from Government to continue to the practise. We are putting the gun into the hands the environmental criminals. We know the damage it is causing but then excuse our actions as being energy efficient. As an industry we should be raising awareness not simple ways that we can reduce environmental impact of our products not seek state support for a practise that should be as socially unacceptable as smoking in a restaurant now is.

Posted date

1 May, 2015

Posted time

6:59 am