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Sodexo prevents over 280 tonnes of food waste in the UK

To mark the United Nations second annual International Day of Awareness on Food Loss and Waste, Sodexo has provided an update on its food waste reduction programme, WasteWatch powered by LeanPath, which confirms this has now been deployed at over ...

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SPIE wins four-year deal at the University of Ulster

SPIE UK has secured a four-year contract to deliver fire systems maintenance services at the University of Ulster. The SPIE UK team will be working across all four of the university’s campuses, which are located at Magee (Derry/Londonderry), Coleraine, Jordanstown ...

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ISS names new director for the technology segment

ISS has appointed Marcelo Romano as Global Segment Business Development Director in the Technology segment. Romano joins ISS from JLL Consulting, where his focus included advising clients how to reshape their real estate portfolios and workplaces of the future. Prior ...

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UK FM sector not doing enough about planetary and personal wellbeing

The FM sector is not taking a strategic approach or taking enough specific action to address its responsibilities towards the wellbeing being of individuals and the planet as a whole, argues VINCI Facilities in its latest white paper report. VINCI ...

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KERB appointed catering and hospitality partner at the National Theatre

The National Theatre has selected independent street food pioneers, KERB, as its official catering and hospitality partner. KERB has partnered with Levy UK + I , Compass Group’s sports and hospitality arm to bring this exciting partnership and brand-new offer ...

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McGill acquires gas and central heating specialist

Scottish building services and construction contractor, McGill, has acquired Fife-based gas and central heating specialist, Kingdom Gas Services. This acquisition follows the purchase of facilities management company The McDougall Group last month, boosting the scope of expertise and scale of delivery across ...

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Willmott Dixon to plant 100,000 trees over the next decade

As part of its ambition to deliver environmental net gain, through its sustainability strategy ‘Now or Never. Our decisive decade’, Willmott Dixon has pledged to plant 10,000 trees a year over the next decade. The approach will see both Willmott ...

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Mitie increases profit forecast

In its latest trading update, Mitie Group has reported a “continued strong trading performance for the year”, and a new Revolving Credit Facility (RCF). In the group’s first quarter trading update (on 27 July 2021) Mitie reported that it had ...

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Westgrove bags new shopping centre deals

Shopping centre specialist facilities management company, The Westgrove Group, continues its growth in the sector following new contract awards in Kent and the West Midlands. The company, which provides soft and hard services to centres across the UK, has secured ...

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Pattenmakers opens nominations for 2022 Young Facilities Manager Award

Livery company the Worshipful Company of Pattenmakers has opened nominations for its annual Young Facilities Manager Award. A unique career development opportunity, the award is open to managers aged 21-32 working in the workplace and FM sector, with no cost ...

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