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ABB: The new era of energy management

With worldwide energy usage set to grow by over 40 per cent by 2050, pioneering technology company, ABB, warns most companies today are “lacking an effective strategy” to manage their energy consumption and keep costs under control. It says to ...

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UKGBC launches Solutions Library to help with sustainability challenges within the built environment

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has launched a new Solutions Library designed to tackle shared sustainability challenges within the built environment and enhance collaboration between innovators and corporates. According to the UKGBC many of its members have already set ...

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Arcus FM shares its sustainability commitment

Tech-led facilities management provider, Arcus FM, has unveiled its commitment to taking an active role in making the FM industry as sustainable as possible. Arcus is working towards its carbon reduction targets which includes a 40 per cent reduction in ...

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Birmingham Airport marks World Environment Day by redistributing surplus stock to local charities

To mark World Environment Day (5 June), Birmingham Airport has highlighted its latest efforts to reduce waste in its drive for a more sustainable future and help local people. During May 2021, the airport’s on-site shops and restaurants donated 2.7 ...

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BMG partners with The Coggin Group to deliver sustainable office furniture solutions

Office and commercial relocation change management company, Business Moves Group (BMG), has partnered with The Coggin Group in a move that will strengthen its sustainable furniture offering. The Coggin Group provides a range of sustainable office furniture and furnishing solutions ...

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Hybrid return to work could signal higher energy bills for businesses

Business energy supplier, Gazprom Energy, are warning business owners, and their employees, to be more consumption conscious in order to avoid unnecessary energy costs and to maintain sustainability efforts. As the return to the workplace continues to gather momentum, research ...

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Principle Cleaning Services appoints sustainability manager

Principle Cleaning Services has appointed Arthur Toso as Sustainability Manager. In his new role, Toso will lead Principle on its path towards Net Zero as well as support the company’s clients and on-site operations with sustainable initiatives. He will also have ...

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Influence the future of drinking water provisions

Hygiene has never been higher on the agenda and Zip Water, the creator of the world’s most advanced drinking water systems, wants to understand your pain-points and priorities as you reopen workplaces and facilities. This five-minute survey looks to gain your feedback on how ...

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SPIE takes Gold for the 7th year in a row in the EcoVadis ratings

The independent European provider of multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, is again this year placed amongst the best companies in its industry in terms of corporate social responsibility (CSR) according to ratings agency EcoVadis. EcoVadis, the ...

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People and planet

Olena Neznal, Vice President, Kimberly-Clark Professional EMEA, invites business to consider newly-urgent questions sparked by the pandemic. Namely, how do we waste less, use resources better, and keep employees safe? While COVID-19 has heightened awareness of health and hygiene, it’s ...

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