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AN ELECTRICAL appliance company is helping a school create a new garden as it bids to become the first carbonneutral white goods company in the UK.

Premium Appliance Brands (PAB), of Warrington, is funding the creation of a new green haven at St Benedicts RC Primary School.

PAB has teamed up with The Mersey Forest to create the garden, which will contain a wildflower meadow area and a collection of fruit trees.

PAB marketing director Tara Holt said: "We have been advised by the Carbon Trust and are now looking at steps to become carbon neutral, which is a major goal for us in 2008.

"We wanted to offset our carbon emissions by supporting a local environmental scheme, we are delighted to be starting work on the garden at St Benedicts and we hope to give continued support to such projects."

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PAB Marketing Director Tara Holt, Mersey Forest development officer Jo Sayers and teacher Jane Hickman with children from St Benedicts RC Primary, in Warrington
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 8, 2008
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