CMS Window Systems received more recognition for its achievements in respect of environmental, social and economic sustainability in 2019 than ever before.
11 Peel L&P buildings have become the first in the UK to achieve net zero carbon status, including TraffordCity (Manchester), MediaCityUK (Salford) and Princes Dock at Liverpool Waters.
With growing awareness of the environmental crisis, Karen Fletcher, Head of Content for MBS and MBStv, asks if price is not the only specification variable on the table these days, in this article for Mitsubishi Electric.
Lakes, leading manufacturer of showering spaces, recently attended a tree-planting event at King’s School in Gloucester as part of its commitment to offset carbon emissions.
Renderplas MD, Daniel Leedham-Green, is ensuring that the production of PVC beads actually contributes to a sustainable environment rather than harming it.
Architects and specifiers of door hardware products can now benefit from two new RIBA-approved CPDs, courtesy of Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).
Hadley Group has announced an extension to scope of the existing ISO14001:2015 Environmental Management System registration has been completed.
CMS Window Systems staff have embarked on a sustained programme to improve the natural environment, which kicked off with the company’s first ever ‘Wellbeing Week’ in October.
Aggregate Industries has been quick to assert a much greater commitment to innovation is vital if the industry is to help the UK in realising a low carbon future.
GenAir has announced that the environmental qualities of its emission free, All Weather All Electric Air Compressor have been formally recognised.