Would looking at the bills make you cut your company's costs?

Would looking at the bills make you cut your company's costs?
Sustainable business experts Envirowise have urged companies to disclose to their employees how much they spend on energy, water and recycling to encourage workers to stop being wasteful. Would you waste less at work if you knew how much it cost your company?
Only if they offered incentives as well

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