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Published November 10, 2015 | By Janet Armstrong
The original Save it for the Game project ran until mid-2015. Since then, we have been running a pilot program with an additional 55 clubs in four of our member councils: Bayside, Cardinia, Casey and Kingston.
Report delivery has begun to the clubs involved in the pilot, and initial results are very positive. As an example, Casey Scorpions have received their report and have already implemented the main opportunities suggested. It is projected that they will achieve close to $20,000 per year in savings as a result of changes adopted to date! This is a very big facility with some unique opportunities, however, most clubs will have suggested actions that are commonsense and will provide significant savings. In general there are good opportunities for clubs to save money by managing their refrigeration. Many clubs find this to be an easy change to implement.