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Arcus FM partners with Clade to support customers on their pathway to decarbonisation

Arcus FM has joined forces with national refrigeration plant manufacturer and carbon reduction solutions specialists, Clade Engineering, to provide a comprehensive service and maintenance offering in all aspects of HVAC and refrigeration. The initiative aims to benefit both the FM ...

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Arcus FM achieves ‘Carbon Footprint Standard CO2e Reduced’ status

Arcus FM has been awarded the ‘Carbon Footprint Standard – CO2e Reduced’ status for the entire organisation following a recent audit. Last year the company achieved the ‘Carbon Footprint Standard – CO2e Assessed’ status and says its is “delighted to have moved ...

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Survey launched by UKGBC on verification for Net Zero Carbon Buildings

The built environment sector requires urgent, widespread and real decarbonisation of existing and new buildings to meet the UK’s 2050 net zero targets, says the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) as it launches a survey to gather feedback on market ...

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Willmott Dixon rolls out EV charging points at over 100 sites

Willmott Dixon’s pledge to become a zero-carbon company by 2030, without offsetting, has seen it announce a roll-out of electric vehicle charge points across all its sites and offices. The independent construction and property services company, is working with electric ...

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ISS unveils new Net-Zero commitment for 2030

On the eve of World Environment Day, ISS UK & Ireland has unveiled its new Net-Zero strategy to achieve challenging carbon emission reduction targets in line with its science-based targets (SBT) commitment across ISS/AS. These goals are to: reach Net-Zero ...

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ENGIE to install EV charging points at Asda stores in West Yorkshire

The energy and services company has landed a deal with supermarket giant, Asda, to deliver electric vehicle charging points at 19 locations across West Yorkshire, to support with a wider initiative on driving down carbon emissions in the area. ENGIE ...

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Cleanology goes electric in its latest sustainability move

Following a deal signed with Nissan last autumn, pioneering UK cleaning firm Cleanology has taken delivery of its brand new all-electric London fleet. “This move reduces emissions and lowers our carbon footprint, significantly improving our environmental sustainability credentials, and the ...

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Amey sets out Roadmap to Net Zero

Infrastructure services and engineering company, Amey, has set out a roadmap to reduce its carbon emissions and reach carbon net zero by 2040. To achieve this goal, Amy has set itself two ambitious targets: Achieve Scope 1 and 2 Net ...

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Willmott Dixon achieves Level 3 of the Carbon Trust’s Supply Chain Standard

The independent construction and property services company, has become the first contractor – and one of only three companies globally – to achieve Level 3 of the Carbon Trust’s industry leading Supply Chain Standard. Achieving a score of 82 per ...

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Government unveils ‘ambitious’ low-carbon blue print to cut emissions

The Government has announced an“ambitious” blue print to deliver the world’s first low-carbon industrial sector and over £1 billion to cut emissions from industry, schools and hospitals. The new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy builds on the Prime Minister’s 10 Point Plan for ...

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