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Norse enters new JV with Rochford District Council

Norse Group has secured an eight-year waste collection and street cleansing deal with Rochford District Council in Essex. The partnership commenced on 4 July 2022, picking up immediately after the Council’s current environmental services contract ends with Suez Ltd. Under ...

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Two-thirds of manufacturing businesses unaware of how to minimise trade effluent pollution

Almost two thirds (62 per cent) of manufacturing businesses in the UK are unaware of the steps they should be taking to remedy pollution, leading to widespread concern that their firm might one day be subject to pollution-related penalties. Research ...

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Churchill appoints group environment manager

Churchill Group has appointed Hannah Dales as Group Environment Manager to spearhead the company’s environmental strategy, ensuring it is embedded in everyday working practices and it underpins decision-making throughout the business. Organisations are constantly being encouraged to do what they ...

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CHAS announces single compliance solution to manage multiple supply-chain risks

CHAS, the trusted name in supply chain risk management, has introduced CHAS Elite. This comprehensive compliance solution enables buyers and suppliers to demonstrate their regulatory compliance around health and safety, environmental issues, modern slavery, diversity, equality and inclusion, in a ...

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Amey installs innovative water supply solution at UKHO head office

Amey Secure Infrastructure has provided the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) with an innovative and environmentally beneficial way of ensuring its head office in Taunton has sufficient water supplies in case of an emergency. As part of a three-year facilities management ...

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Norse introduces Group Environmental and Sustainability Committee

Norse has formed a Group Environmental and Sustainability Committee which will focus on how the company adapts to a changing climate as it looks to transition to a low carbon business. The committee is made up of 13 members from ...

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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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New report from Moneypenny and Worktech Academy identifies key challenges of sustainability

A new Moneypenny and WORKTECH Academy report highlights the key challenges of sustainability, shows how new ways of working are driving change and provides tips on how to build Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials. Joanna Swash, Group CEO of ...

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Senior appointment and contract win puts Averda in pole position

The end-to-end waste management, treatment and recycling company has announced the appointment of Rabih Jawad as Chief Operating Officer. Rabih took up the role in December 2021, leading Averda’s global operations and several key support functions, including procurement. Rabih originally ...

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Will you feel the impact of the changes to tax relief on red diesel?

By John Kinstrie, Head of Solutions at DTGen In June 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to pass laws guaranteeing an end to its contribution to global warming by 2050. The target will require the ...

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