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Companies, including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Nike, have signalled their willingness to do more to tackle climate change
A new toolkit providing commercial property owners with guidance on integrating sustainability within the acquisition process has been launched. The Better Buildings Partnership (BBP) Acquisitions Sustainability Toolkit – developed by property companies and industry experts – aims to provide a common approach for the industry to follow. It includes non-technical guidance on addressing sustainability issues […]
For many industries, possessing waste compactors comes with a number of surprising benefits. The eco-friendly, money-saving and comparatively clean machines can help dispose of waste effectively in a number of commercial sectors. However, before you jump to purchase a waste compactor for your business, you must first determine exactly which model is right for you […]
A new initiative aimed at reducing pollution generated by commercial buildings has been launched in New York City (NYC). The NYC Carbon Challenge for Commercial Owners and Tenants is a public-private partnership aimed at cutting emissions from buildings by 30% or more within the next decade. It is also part of the city’s wider goal […]
Facility managers in American states with strong energy efficiency programmes, save more energy. That’s according to a new survey from DNV GL, which suggests this group are more likely to install efficient lighting and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technology. It says commercial savings could potentially reach 30% but utilities’ energy efficiency programmes are struggling […]
New energy efficiency rules could devalue nearly a fifth of commercial properties. The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), which require properties to get a minimum “E” rating, mean 19% of shops, offices and warehouses could become legally uninhabitable and fall in value by up to 10%. The new legislation could wipe as much as £16.54 billion from the […]