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Facilio reduces energy costs for Robert Dyas by 20% in just three months

UK hardware retailer, Robert Dyas, has partnered with proptech firm Facilio and NJ Robinson to streamline its energy management practices. In just three months of deploying Facilio’s Connected buildings platform across its 93 stores and distribution centre, Robert Dyas reported ...

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Local authorities must decarbonise UK public buildings ‘five times faster’ to meet net zero targets

The UK government is currently missing one of its core Net Zero commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by 101 years, according to the Public Building Energy Efficiency Report. CO2 emissions from public buildings need to be reduced five times faster ...

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Waterblade Launches ‘Savings Calculator’ based 100% on your data

Now it is possible to calculate for yourself how much water, energy, co2 and money you can save based on easily available data from your building. When a company we work with came up with this we were really impressed, ...

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Mitie saves 80 tonnes of uniform from landfill

An innovative nation-wide recycling project has enabled Mitie to save 80 tonnes of old Interserve uniform from going to landfill. More than 1,800 tonnes of CO2 emissions have been avoided by collecting and recycling the uniforms, totalling 10,000 bags of ...

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ISS in partnership with LeasePlan to reduce CO2 emissions in its fleet

ISS has entered into a partnership with global Car-as-a-service company LeasePlan to reduce CO2 emissions within its fleet. The deal will be essential for ISS in reaching its fleet net zero target by 2030 and comes as part of a ...

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Enva announces significant improvement in Co2 avoidance

Enva, a provider of recycling and specialist resource recovery solutions in the UK and Ireland, has launched its 2021 Sustainability Report which shows the business has saved 10 times more CO2 emissions from sustainably managing its customers’ waste than it ...

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