FM Editor - 12.09.2019, 14:13
Interserve Group is reducing the number of spent bottles of cleaning products sent to landfill as part of a wider initiative to tackle the environmental footprint of its cleaning operations in client premises.
FM Editor - 11.09.2019, 10:18
A survey of Mitie fleet drivers who have previously registered an interest in switching to electric vehicles (EV) has found improving the planet for future generations to be their key motivator.
Reuben Richings - 11.09.2019, 01:01
Despite the often significant environmental impact of spills, thought is rarely given to risks assumed by cleanup operators. Reuben Richings, group technical manager at Adler and Allan, provides insight into how the environmental consultancy safeguards employees and clients.
Richard Kirkman - 16.08.2019, 16:00
Richard Kirkman, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for Veolia UK & Ireland, says the United Kingdom's failure to safeguard precious peatlands is causing unnecessary damage to ecosystems and undermining the government's zero-carbon targets.
Mark Griffiths - 12.08.2019, 14:44
With an estimated 70 per cent of UK businesses unprepared for flooding, Mark Griffiths, flood resilience specialist with environmental consultancy Adler and Allan, explains the importance of risk assessment to business continuity planning.
FM Editor - 07.08.2019, 11:00
Balfour Beatty Living Places and green infrastructure experts Biotecture will install the UK's first hydroponic living wall as part of a highways contract for Southampton City Council that completes this autumn.
FM Editor - 06.08.2019, 22:34
Adler and Allan has rebranded its subsidiaries and introduced a new logo to emphasise its capabilities as one of the UK's largest single-source environmental response service providers.
FM Editor - 02.08.2019, 01:13
The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) has published a guide to assist facilities managers in combating threats to people and assets from wasps.
FM Editor - 30.05.2019, 14:03
Churchill Environmental, the environmental compliance division of the Churchill Group, has secured a £280,000 contract to provide water sampling and analysis services across a portfolio of 60 teaching, administrative and residential buildings at the University of Bath.
FM Editor - 23.05.2019, 17:00
Essity, connu notamment pour ses marques Tork, TENA, Libresse, Edet, Demak’UP, Tempo et Plenty, va investir environ 37 millions d'euros dans une fabrique de fibres alternatives durables pour son usine de production de papiers hygiéniques à Mannheim, en Allemagne.