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CIBSE offers guidance on the changing sustainability agenda

Green building

CISBE has updated its 2007 guide on sustainability, which outlines the principles for sustainability for engineers, wherever they practice and wherever projects and designs are undertaken. The updated Guide L: Sustainability  explores the actions that building services engineers should take to ...

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Research reveals CEOs and self-employed most optimistic about post-lockdown growth

As the country begins to emerge from lockdown, new research from The Institute of Leadership & Management ‘Life after lockdown: future of work’, explores the predicted changes to the workplace following the Covid-19 outbreak. The research reveals almost three-quarters (73 per ...

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Why you should ‘go green’ with your generator maintenance

For facilities managers in any industry with a need for back-up power, the importance of generator maintenance cannot be underestimated. Downtime can be costly, and in many cases, mission critical. According to national statistics, it has been estimated that a ...

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Pitney Bowes launches next-generation sending technologies SendPro+ and SendPro C in UK in its 100th Year

Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE:PBI), a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing and financial services, today announced that its flagship SendPro+ and SendPro C next-generation sending technologies are available to businesses in the UK, ...

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Adapt Doors & Door Handles to “HANDS-FREE” Opening & Closing as part of your COVID-Secure Strategy

The Hygienic Handles range of products can be readily fitted to most types of doors (including latched) so they can be easily opened and closed using the forearm or foot, depending on door type. The products are designed and made ...

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WHO backs industry stance on airborne Covid-19 threat

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has belatedly acknowledged the threat posed by airborne transmission of the coronavirus following months of warnings from ventilation and air quality experts. WHO officials said “evidence was emerging” that Covid-19 can spread through the air ...

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MSS Group reports a record year for the business

Integrated facilities services provider, MSS Group, has reported record growth in profit and turnover across the company in its year-end accounts. For the year ending 31st March 2020, the company returned a gross profit of 34 per cent with a ...

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Principle lands deal at 22 Bishopsgate

Principle Cleaning Services has secured an initial five-year contract with JLL to provide housekeeping services to London’s new, people-focused workplace destination, 22 Bishopsgate. Offering over 1.275 million square feet of office space over 62 floors, 22 Bishopsgate will also provide ...

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Stocksigns launches Covid-19 sign range

Signage expert Stocksigns Ltd. has launched a new range of COVID-19 hygiene and social distancing signs suitable for use in all working environments and available with bespoke branding. The range includes social distancing floor and wall vinyls to help ensure ...

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Brand new DURABLE range of disinfectant dispensers

Robust floor-standing and wall-hanging disinfectant dispensers // use as sanitising stations // lever arm for hygienic use // flexible adjustment for bottles up to 500ml There is a very real danger of infection when touching frequently used things. Even though ...

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