Caring for the environment is Wombwell Hall Care Home Northfleet as it facilitates a transition to a low-carbon economy
Wombwell Hall Care Home in Northfleet has recently installed an electric charge point in its car park, providing a convenient and sustainable way for staff and visitors to charge their electric vehicles. The move is part of the care home's on going commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and promoting environmentally friendly practices.
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular in the UK as people look for ways to reduce their carbon emissions and contribute to a more sustainable future. However, one of the biggest challenges facing electric vehicle owners is finding a convenient and reliable place to charge their cars. Wombwell Hall Care Home's new electric charge point aims to help address this challenge by providing a convenient and accessible charging solution for staff and visitors alike.
The installation of the electric charge point at Wombwell Hall Care Home is part of a wider commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. The care home has implemented a number of initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint and promote sustainable practices, including energy-efficient lighting, waste reduction and recycling programs, and sustainable procurement practices.
Claire Latrielle, Interim Manager at Wombwell HallCare Home says: “It is yet another step we are taking in a series of actions to lead the way in sustainability in the hope of making a positive contribution to the community.”
The new electric charge point will also help to support the UK's transition to a low-carbon economy, as more and more people switch to electric vehicles. By providing a convenient and accessible place to charge electric cars, Wombwell Hall Care Home is playing its part in creating a more sustainable future for us all.
The benefits of this new addition extend beyond the convenience for EV users. By supporting the use of electric vehicles, Wombwell Hall is actively contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, a key factor in combating climate change. Moreover, encouraging the use of EVs can also contribute to improved air quality, especially in urban areas where traffic-related pollution is a significant concern.
Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long or short, respite and nursing care, or home care for those in need of support in their own homes. Specialising in enhanced care and support of older people, care is also offered for those living with Dementia and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease.Our homes are perfectly situated in delightful settings around the UK and provide a very homely atmosphere whilst being safe and secure making the people we care for feel right at home.