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Chartwells funds new kitchens to feed African children

Leading school meals provider, Chartwells, has established new kitchens in two African schools, supporting its ethical enterprise to feed school pupils in Malawi.

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Security business booming for Total Post

A provider of X-ray screening equipment has announced a

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Students use skills to innovate and irrigate

Pumped-up students from Sheffield Hallam University have been using their skills to help an environmental charity. A group of second year energy and sustainability students have designed and built irrigation systems to help staff at the Idle Valley Ecominds project.

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Honeydew Health calls Olympics the “Ultimate Stress Test for London Facilities Management companies”

Honeydew Health, an attendance management service provider, believes G4S's understaffing problem is just the beginning of expensive problems facing London-based facilities management companies which could cost the industry over

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aspect.co.uk announces national franchise roll-out

London's property maintenance and refurbishment company ǃ

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Sainsbury’s stores to tap into renewable energy deep underground

Sainsbury's has announced that it is working with key partners to roll out the first phase of an innovative energy solution to up to 100 stores, tapping renewable energy from deep underground to provide energy efficient heating, hot water and cooling.

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Olympics on-site occupational hygiene team significantly reduced downtime & costs

The potential economic benefits of preventing work-related ill-health has been highlighted by new research on the construction of the Olympic Park and Olympic and Paralympic Village. Estimates were made of the likely economic benefits of having a team of occupational hygienists available on site. The scale of the savings was likely to run into millions of pounds.

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Kier’s FM division wins

Kier's facilities management business has added to its growing list of clients in the education sector after winning a new three-year contract to provide total FM services to Westminster Kingsway College in London.

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Green walls shown to be superior at reducing air pollutants

Scientists at the Universities of Birmingham and Lancaster argue that by 'greening up' our streets a massive 30% reduction in pollution could be achieved, according to research published yesterday in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.

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How London’s sewage is keeping Olympic athlete’s toilets flushing

Athletes at London's Olympic village are today flushing their loos with water sent to the capital's sewers hours earlier by local residents.

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