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Recyclite lights the way for recycling

PHS Recyclite has invested in two state-of-the-art light bulb recycling plants to help reduce the tens of millions of bulbs that are landfilled every year. In 2011 alone, it recycled 500,000kg of materials reclaimed from used lighting components.

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RBS tops UK banks for renewable energy use

RBS has been named as the UK's number one bank for renewable energy use in one of the world's leading independent indexes.

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Government ‘must try harder’ says green buildings report

With exam grade-inflation hitting the headlines over the Summer, the UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has turned the spotlight on the Government's much-vaunted 'greenest ever' aspirations, to pose the question: if the Government was being examined on its plans to green our built environment, what would the results be?

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New director of estates for Leicester University

The University of Leicester has appointed Trevor Humphreys, as director of estates to spearhead the next phase of the University's

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Sodexo on the crest of a wave after significant North Sea win

Talisman Energy (UK) Limited has awarded Sodexo, a five year deal for food and facilities management services in the North Sea, spanning Talisman's eleven offshore installations, as well as its Flotta terminal, Aberdeen office premises and the Gyda installation off the Norwegian coast.

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FIM Expo heading for sparkling debut

Impressive registration numbers are already pointing to FIM Expo 2012, the Fire Industry Manufacturers' expo, being a huge success.

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RICS and CoreNet Global announce industry collaboration

RICS and CoreNet Global have teamed up, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to deliver joint support and educational content to professionals in the corporate and commercial property sectors.

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PM backs virtual power station’ scheme

David Cameron has thrown his weight behind an ambitious scheme to replace one of the most polluting power stations in the UK with a loose collective of renewable installations and energy-reduction initiatives.

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Another multi-million masterstroke for painting & maintenance provider

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Norland scores maintenance contract for Southampton Solent University

Southampton Solent University (SSU) has selected Norland as its new Maintenance Term Contract (MTC) provider. The new contract covers the university's 32 academic buildings and eight halls of residence, which accommodates 2500 students, located in central Southampton and at its Warsash campus.

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