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ABM scoops international environmental award

Integrated technical and facilities solutions provider, ABM, has won a Green Apple Environmental Award, taking the global bronze award at an international ceremony in Miami, for its work carried out in collaboration with Victoria Leeds Shopping Centre, a premium shopping and ...

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“Sustainability in facilities management: Balancing cost-effectiveness and environmental responsibility”

Facilities management is a critical component of modern business operations, with the responsibility of ensuring that the built environment supports the needs of an organisation. Sustainability has become a major concern in recent years, as organisations seek to balance the ...

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Office workers are demanding greater sustainability with a third wanting their workplace to remove single use plastic

Employers’ environmental initiatives, or lack thereof, are directly impacting attraction and retention, according to new research by water dispenser brand, BRITA VIVREAU. The findings revealed that 80 per cent of office workers say it’s important to them personally that their ...

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New MD at Churchill’s environmental compliance division

Churchill Group has appointed John Riley as the new Managing Director of Churchill Environmental Services (CES). Riley joins the soft services provider with over 30 years of experience within the public and private FM sector and business services management. His ...

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Dover District Council and Veolia achieve 7.5% reduction in carbon emissions

Veolia’s commitment to supporting Dover District Council to achieve its objective of carbon net zero by 2030 has made a positive start. A decrease in carbon emissions has been achieved in Dover as part of the new environmental services contract ...

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Almost half of UK office landlords believe the office market is falling behind on environmental policies

New partnership research between infinitSpace and Instant Group exploring the state of sustainability within the UK office market, has revealed that the office market is falling behind on environmental policies. Key findings from the research include:   Almost half (47 per ...

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New HSE training report showcases attitudes towards climate change

Some UK companies are still dragging their feet when it comes to aiming for net zero by 2050, according to a new study released by health and safety training specialist Astutis Ltd The 2022-2023 Health, Safety and Environmental Training Report ...

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Inquiry into environmental regulations launched by the Built Environment Committee

The House of Lords Built Environment Committee has launched an inquiry into the impact of environmental regulations on development and has issued a call for written submissions. The Government has set out, through primary and secondary legislation, a number of ...

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New report focuses on benefits of a technology-agnostic approach to achieve Net Zero

The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) and Partners’ latest report brings together expertise from across the industry to explain why incorporating a diverse range of low-carbon technologies into heat and buildings policy is crucial to delivering Net Zero. Government policy should ...

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Axil Integrated Services launches surplus asset reuse marketplace

Axil Integrated Services has teamed up with Globechain, a leading global asset reuse and redistribution network, to launch a new Surplus Asset Reuse Marketplace to its customers. The marketplace allows businesses to donate their surplus assets to charities and local small ...

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