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Veganuary: Sodexo reports increase in sales of vegetarian and vegan dishes in 2024

Marking Veganuary 2024, Sodexo has reported another year-on-year increase in the consumption of meat-free meals. Analysis of over 2.7 million meals sold across 285 of its UK and Ireland client sites in 2023 reveals that 11 per cent were vegan ...

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Bouygues Energies & Services adopts Equans brand in the UK

Equans has announced that the activities of its Bouygues Energies & Services (E&S) subsidiary in the UK will rebrand as Equans from January 2024. This applies to all UK Bouygues E&S branded facilities management, energy solutions and connected cities operations. ...

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Entry deadline nears for the Retrofit Academy Awards

Less than one week remains to apply for the next annual Retrofit Academy Awards to be held at ExCel London on 5 March 2024. Taking place on the first day of the National Retrofit Conference, which is being held for ...

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infinitSpace launches third ‘beyond’ location in London 

Creator and provider of white-label flexible workspaces, infinitSpace, has entered into a management agreement with FTSE-listed real estate firm Helical plc to launch a new state-of-the-art flexible workspace location in The Bower complex in Old Street, London. The company has ...

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Enva adds WEEE Solutions to its list of acquisitions

The waste management and resource recovery business has acquired independent waste electrical and electronic equipment recycler, WEEE Solutions. Based in Linwood, Scotland, WEEE Solutions collects and recovers valuable materials from a range of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) including ...

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BCIA announces new vice-president Jen Vickers

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has elected Jen Vickers of Crown House Technologies as its next Vice-President and announced three new additions to the Management Committee. Vickers joined the BCIA Management Committee in January 2023 and will take up ...

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SBTi approves Ground Control’s ambitious net-zero targets

Ground Control’s leadership of the land management and biodiversity sector has again been highlighted with its commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2038 being validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Twelve years ahead of the Government’s ...

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Circularity could reduce 75% of embodied emissions in built environment

The construction sector’s carbon dioxide emissions – from building to real estate to infrastructure – can be reduced by up to 75 per cent or 4 gigatons of carbon dioxide by 2050 through the establishment of a circular economy. This ...

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Galliford Try FM appoints new MD

Steve Catlin has been promoted to Managing Director of Galliford Try’s Facilities Management business. Catlin has a wealth of experience spanning 15 years in the FM, property and security sectors and joined construction group Galliford Try from G4S in 2016 ...

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CIWM unites global circular economy professionals with CEI acquisition

CIWM (the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management) has acquired the Circular Economy Institute (CEI) in a move that will also see it assume leadership of the Circular Economy Club (CEC) – a global network for those committed to developing the ...

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