• Monitoring your way to higher profits

    28 Mar 2019 Chauvin Arnoux
    There has never been a better time to measure and monitor your energy use. Rising energy costs are having a serious impact on some businesses, and the imminent Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting ...
  • SUEZ recycling and recovery UK works with CEMEX, a leading provider of cement and building materials, to produce an alternative fuel to heat the kiln at its cement plant in Rugby, Warwickshire. The alternative fuel, called Climafuel®, is produced from household, commercial and industrial waste.
  • Online fashion retailer ASOS is calling on other firms in the sector to take stronger action to eliminate modern slavery from their supply chains, after teaming up with several of its third-party brands to develop a five-point "roadmap".
  • The University of Birmingham was one of our first clients outside of London to sign up to coffee recycling. The University has a comprehensive sustainability agenda, meaning that recycling was the ideal waste disposal solution for the 21 tonnes of used coffee grounds produced annually from the 30+ sites across campus.
  • Bromford Iron & Steel Co Ltd is a leading producer of hot rolled flats, sections & custom profiles supplied worldwide. Part of the OSSL Group, they are based in West Bromwich where, for over 200 years they have built a reputation for outstanding quality and industry leading customer service.
  • Power Quality Improvement Sevices Ltd recently used their Chauvin Arnoux UK power quality analyser to reduce electricity costs and eliminate reactive charges incurred on a customers’ electricity bill.
  • There are a variety of environmental parameters that should be checked when considering the overall health and operation of a typical office building or industrial facility where people spend a large ...
  • Suez Industrial Water & Warburtons - Food and Drink

    18 Mar 2019 Suez Industrial Water
    SUEZ has engineered and delivered a sustainable, reliable solution to provide consistent effluent treatment to meet Warburtons ambitious expansion plans. This included managing the increased effluent volumes and ensuring it met its stringent discharge consent that have been set to protect our environment.
  • Following in the footsteps of a series of sustainability ‘thinkathons’ at recent events, edie will be utilising a ‘Design Sprint’ process to solve business-critical energy challenges at a free event for senior energy managers next month.
  • While the electric revolution is gathering pace within the UK's passenger vehicle market, emissions from the wider transport sector continuing to rise steadily. With this in mind, edie explores how harder-to-abate areas such as freight can be decarbonised.
  • Electric cars are often hailed as the future of transportation, the solution to the world’s air pollution problem. They are marketed by the motor industry as the tool to reducing emissions and cutting greenhouse gasses. But is it really quite that simple?

  • Case Study: Asan Wood Saints

    13 Mar 2019 EnTRESS

    Based in Wolverhampton, Wood Saints is a new community wood recycling business collecting unwanted wood from building sites, manufacturers and householders. Preparing it for sale, via upcycling or manufacture of usable products such as kindling & pulp, creating jobs and volunteering opportunities for local people.

    Wood Saints offer a competitive collection service across the Black Country, South Staffordshire, Telford & Shropshire. Saving money on skip hire & boosting social responsibility in the process. Collections are taken to The Dixon St Wood Depot, a 10,000 sq/ft facility which houses a timber yard, wood workshop & retail store, selling upcycled products, furniture & other items from local craftspeople. Profits generated are reinvested to improve quality of life for people living in the All Saints area of Wolverhampton.




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