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Vacherin steps up commitment to reducing food waste

CH&CO’s specialist workplace caterer focusing on the London market, Vacherin, has launched its Silo Stages project, a chef-focused sustainability initiative in partnership with renowned chef and restaurateur Doug McMaster and his team at the no-waste restaurant Silo, designed to accelerate ...

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Trio of appointments at Supply Chain Sustainability School

The Supply Chain Sustainability School, a leading online platform dedicated to promoting sustainable practices within supply chains, has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors. The new appointees – Aled Williams, Mandy Messenger, and Ben Stone – bring ...

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x+why unveils sustainable bespoke workplace design service

Flexible workspace specialist x+why is launching a new in-house design team, whydesign, focused on customising sustainable and design-led office spaces. whydesign will support businesses in the optimisation of workspaces to meet brand and business needs, whether in one of x+why’s ...

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Stadium Support Service partners with BASIS to advance sustainable practices within the sports industry

The national provider of facilities management, commercial cleaning and rope access services has entered a 12 Principles Partnership with the British Association For Sustainable Sport (BASIS) to advance sustainable practices within sports and entertainment venues. The collaboration signals the company’s ...

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Places for London pilots new business skills training to help tenants become more sustainable

Places for London – Transport for London’s (TfL) property company – is piloting a new business skills training programme for tenants across its estate as part of its commitment to being a responsible and sustainable landlord. Working with Heart of ...

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Keeping house

The work being done by the estates team at the Environment Agency at the lock keeper houses on the River Thames is benefiting occupants and the environment. Sara Bean reports The Environment Agency (EA) plays a pivotal role in supporting ...

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Spa awarded sustainability certification for its clean floor renewal

Alpentherme Gastein Spa, in Austria, has been awarded sustainability certification by family-owned flooring company, Bona, in recognition of the amount of CO2 and energy saved as a result of a resilient floor renewal project. The challenges around the effective cleaning ...

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Biological Preparations introduces the industry’s FIRST Biotech Paper Sachet

Making it easier for more businesses to reduce their Scope 3 emissions; Biological Preparations launches Europe’s First Paper Biotech Sachet Range through its UK-leading biotech cleaning brand, BioHygiene. As UK businesses face rising pressure to minimise their environmental impact, particularly ...

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BBP launches new Acquisitions Sustainability Toolkit

An enhanced Acquisitions Sustainability Toolkit, designed to support commercial property owners in assessing the sustainability characteristics of buildings during the acquisition phase has been launched by the Better Buildings Partnership (BBP). The refreshed Toolkit provides a detailed sustainability checklist for ...

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Diane Crowe promoted to Group Sustainability Director at Reconomy

Diane Crowe has been promoted to the role of Group Sustainability Director after six years at Reconomy. Since joining the international circular economy specialist in July 2018 Crowe has made an enormous contribution to its growth and development. She was ...

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