Brick manufacturer Vandersanden launches its Collective Well-being 2021 report today (11th May 2022).
With decarbonisation legislation continuing to tighten in the UK, polymer specialist REHAU has carried out a CO2 emissions analysis for contractors.
Breathing Buildings, the UK’s leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, has supplied a ventilation system to a newbuild office development, Oceansgate, in Plymouth.
Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG Group, has become the world’s first flat glass manufacturer to fire its furnace on 100% biofuel, as part of an industry trial to find sustainable alternatives to natural gas.
Hoarding solutions specialist Plasloc has achieved Carbon Neutral status for offsetting its greenhouse gas emissions associated with its operations in the 2019 calendar year.
By using data loggers to monitor the indoor environment, building owners, facilities managers and occupants can take an informed approach to balancing good air quality with occupant comfort, explains Tinytag…
Wetherby Building Systems Ltd joins forces with leading energy and services specialists Engie to transform pre-existing retrofit homes into low maintenance, net zero carbon homes.
The long established Vario fan by VORTICE is a popular choice in schools. This is due to its ease and variety of installation options. It can be used with a selection of sensors, including a CO2 sensor.
Mitsubishi Electric launches a new commercial ventilation product to help improve indoor air quality in a multitude of situations.
Brick manufacturer Vandersanden launches its first sustainability report: The Corporate Well-Being 2020 report. This contains an overview of the company’s most striking achievements and objectives.