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Is it time to ditch the work phone? Second handsets produce 776k tons of CO2e per year

UK businesses could reduce their carbon footprint by over 776,000 tons per year, by making one simple change to their comms policy, finds new research carried out by YourBusinessNumber. It’s estimated that 38 per cent of UK workers are provided ...

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Ecoserv supporting sustainability within the film and TV industry

Ecoserv Group has become an approved sustainable supplier to the film and TV industry. The multi-discipline facilities management company has joined forces with albert, an industry-funded organisation tasked with reducing the environmental impact of production, to help accelerate change and ...

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Green delivery

Rosie Bailey, Commercial Director at CitySprint explains why a logistics partner can improve the sustainability of delivery operations for facilities managers Pressure on businesses to reduce their carbon footprint has never been higher, be it from customers, legislators, investors or ...

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BM introduces low carbon menus

BM has launched ‘Eat with the Earth in Mind’, a range of new low carbon menus which aim to raise awareness and understanding of the impact an activity or item has on the climate; from its creation, transportation and use, ...

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Pinnacle publishes Carbon Reduction Plan

Pinnacle Group has published a Carbon Reduction Plan detailing how the business aims to minimise direct and indirect emissions across each of its services and extensive property portfolio over the next decade.   In the plan, the facilities and property management ...

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ISS pledges to reach full-scope net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040

ISS has committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions within scope 1 and 2 by 2030 and full-scope net zero emissions by 2040, including its full supply chain. The global workplace experience and facility management company has also pledged ...

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Northwood flies the flag for sustainability

With the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow bringing the climate crisis into sharper focus, it’s clear that there are many pressing global sustainability issues. And whilst the Covid-19 pandemic may have pushed sustainability further down the agenda for some ...

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CIBSE publishes new Guidance on Electrification for Net Zero

New guidance on the design and operation of building electrical services that focus on the electrification of buildings in the drive to net zero carbon has been published by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). The UK’s drive ...

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Rye, Winchelsea & District Memorial Hospital appoints DMA Group to incorporate energy saving measures

Property maintenance specialist, DMA Group, has been appointed by Rye, Winchlesea & District Memorial Hospital to design and deliver energy saving measures across its site in East Sussex. The hospital, which is already an existing maintenance customer of DMA Group, is ...

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Circular Economy predicted to play a critical role in helping to cut carbon emissions

The Circular Economy is set to top the agenda at COP26 which takes place in Glasgow next month, according to Chief Product Officer Development at Advetec, Dr Stephen Wise: “We cannot fix climate change until we transform the global economy, ...

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