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Simply Washrooms achieves B Corp certification in world-first for the workplace hygiene industry

Simply Washrooms (Simply), the UK-based workplace and washroom hygiene service provider, has announced its certification as a B Corporation (B Corp), joining a growing group of companies reinventing business by pursuing purpose as well as profit. Today Simply has also ...

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RICS launches manifesto for the built environment

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has published its manifesto titled ‘Empowering a Sustainable Future’. According to the United Nations, the built environment generates around 40 per cent of global carbon output, and RICS is leading the industry on ...

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Why your energy management system is key to achieving corporate sustainability goals

With a comprehensive decarbonisation roadmap in place, the UK manufacturing sector’s drive towards achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050 is set to drive increased innovation and competitiveness, positioning UK manufacturing as a leader on the global stage. In a complex ...

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The data centre trilemma: Balancing speed, substance and sustainability

Data centre and critical environment specialist, Keysource, has published its sixth annual State of the Industry Report. The report, which gathers the views and insights from over 250 IT Directors and Senior Datacentre professionals, highlights the trilemma the industry is facing ...

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Mitie wins at the Corporate ESG Awards

Mitie has been recognised for its continued commitment to prioritising sustainability at the ESG Investing’s Corporate ESG Awards 2023, taking home the accolade for ‘Best Company for Carbon Transition’. ESG Investing’s awards are the only awards evaluating the best companies in ...

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EMCOR UK joins the world’s largest sustainability initiative

EMCOR UK has joined the United Nations Global Compact initiative – a voluntary leadership platform for the development, implementation, and disclosure of responsible business practices. Launched in 2000, the UN Global Compact is the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the ...

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ISS reduces global food waste by 30 per cent

ISS has reached a major sustainability milestone with a collective 30 per cent global food waste reduction from its 2019 baseline. In addition to this, ISS has taken another step towards fulfilling its commitment to the World Resource Institute’s Cool ...

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4 Levers paving the way for sustainable operations

Sustainability is a must-have for corporate planners today as they face increasing pressure to decarbonise from consumers, regulators, and their own corporate partners. In fact, 86% of business leaders view sustainability strategies as investments in business stability. Bringing existing operations ...

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Relaunched Green Property Alliance to champion collaboration across commercial property sector

The Green Property Alliance (GPA) has announced its relaunch with a refreshed membership and a renewed purpose to stimulate industry-wide engagement on sustainability issues that impact on commercial property investment, development, management, and occupation. Originally launched in 2008, the GPA ...

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ISS approved to provide certified IEMA sustainability training to colleagues and clients

ISS UK & Ireland (UK&I) has been approved as an official training centre for the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) the global professional body for individuals and organisations working, studying or interested in the environment and sustainability. Certification ...

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