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Returning to work: How to energise building sustainability targets

According to a recent survey 10 per cent of buildings have achieved over half (54 per cent) reduction in energy use since the lockdown. Once we get back to BAU how can organisations aim to reach their sustainability targets, especially ...

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POST-COVID: where sustainable FM makes cost sense

Sustainable FM has never been more appropriate – not least because of its cost-savings. Post-Coronavirus: sanitising and cleaning are key priorities for building owners readying workspaces for re-occupation. So too, are security and protection. The requirement to get buildings virus-free ...

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Vilicom provides vital in-building mobile network for Smart DCC

Vilicom deploys in-building network to support 19 new test labs at Smart DCC’s new Manchester office Reading-based wireless telecommunications provider, Vilicom, has announced it has installed a robust, in-building advanced cellular network at Smart DCC’s new Manchester office, Brabazon House, which ...

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Towards a zero waste future

Many facilities managers are struggling to meet increasingly stringent commercial and industrial recycling rates. We asked a panel of waste management specialists how FMs can achieve compliance and improve efficiencies There has been a growing drive in recent years for ...

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5 steps to reduce your modular construction CO2 emissions by over 42%

Modular buildings have many advantages over traditional construction methods, and sustainability and CO2 savings are ones that will play a key role if the construction sector is to lead the way in reducing the UK’s carbon emissions. A study undertaken ...

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Tel promotes lab sustainability in British Science Week

A specialist UK manufacturer of energy-efficient electronic airflow controls and monitors is using British Science Week to promote environmental sustainability in laboratories in order to help combat the environment and climate emergency. TEL’s energy-efficient products are critical to the respiratory ...

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Lavazza Professional’s new KLIX Eco Cup is recyclable with paper waste

Lavazza Professional has introduced the new KLIX Eco Cup, a truly sustainable solution for hot drinks and the first of its kind in the vending industry. The cup is biodegradable and recyclable with normal paper waste, because it is constructed ...

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Longer life

The second in a series of articles by Sunil Shah of Acclaro Advisory on sustainability looks at developing a sustainable strategy and how to take your carbon programme beyond a short-term initiative Business drivers such as employee engagement and investor ...

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Stalks and leaves – eat them please

Blog from Dan Kelly, Deputy MD, Food & Operations, Vacherin It’s unacceptable that in 2019 we are still wasting a third of the world’s food. Growing up, I was taught to make the most of every ingredient. We found ways ...

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Sustainability is a high priority in healthcare design

Navjot Dhillon, Marketing Manager, Gerflor, explains The onus on healthcare design professionals to create buildings that are a great deal more than places to heal is part of a significant movement towards making healthcare establishments increasingly sustainable and far better ...

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