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Leadec adds Green Factory Solutions to its range of services

Sustainable manufacturing concepts help to increase the resource efficiency of factories. With its Green Factory Solutions, Leadec offers new, green services along the entire life cycle of the factory. With these solutions, which reduce waste or energy consumption, for example, ...

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Sodexo cuts carbon emissions by a third

Sodexo UK & Ireland has reported a 33 per cent reduction in its scope 1, 2 and 3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since its baseline year of 2017, equating to over 300,000 tCO2e. According to the company, the reduction in ...

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BAM publishes new sustainability strategy and targets

Royal BAM Group, one of the largest construction businesses in Europe has updated its sustainability strategy focusing on six key themes in accordance with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. BAM says it sees this sustainability strategy as a “crucial ...

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Cloudfm sets net zero target for 2035

Cloudfm is aiming to lead the facilities management industry with a full-scope net zero emissions target for 2035. The company has already met its scope 1 and 2 science-based emissions targets and is now setting its sights on scope 3. ...

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SBTi approves NG Bailey’s science-based climate change plan

Independent engineering and services business, NG Bailey, has become one of just 10 UK construction and engineering companies to have a science-based target to tackle greenhouse gas emissions approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). It has had a ...

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EMCOR UK partners with Verco to help clients achieve net zero

EMCOR UK has partnered with energy management and sustainability consultancy, Verco, to provide Route Zero, a tailored approach for customers to achieve net zero carbon status. Route Zero starts with an analysis of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from ...

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Why managing scope 3 emissions is essential for FMs

Blog by Neil Grundon, Chairman of Grundon Waste Management I like to refer to Scope 3 emissions as society’s dirty secrets – unlike their big brothers (Scope 1 and 2 emissions), they are rarely reported or discussed, and it is ...

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Scope 3 GHG emissions reporting becomes mandatory

The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has released a statement around new disclosure standards for private companies with respect to Greenhouse Gas emissions. Its new standard – expected to be published in 2023 – will now require mandatory Scope 3 ...

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GSH Group achieves carbon neutrality

The global facilities management company has been verified as Carbon Neutral for 2021 following a full analysis of its carbon emissions between 2018 and 2021. GSH Group’s calculations and sustainability measures have been independently audited by Green Team Consulting which ...

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Sustainability in FM: SFMI publishes Summary Report 2022 and unveils award winners

The Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) 2022 Assessments have revealed that leading facilities management companies are ahead of the curve for Scope 3 Emissions. SFMI reports that one third are now starting to use live supply chain data, as opposed to ...

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