Waste Management

May 11
A Sustainable Approach to Reinstatement

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The dilapidations process can lead to wasteful or unnecessary refurbishment work by a tenant obliged to reinstate a building at the end of a lease. Simon Brown, Director in our Dilapidations team discusses alternative approaches that could achieve a more sustainable approach to the reinstatement and refurbishment cycle. A few years ago, I managed a […]

Nov 30
Marks & Spencer first major company to sign up to the UNICEF carbon offset project

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Marks & Spencer (M&S) has become the first major company to sign up to UNICEF’s new carbon offset project. This initiative will improve the health and lives of vulnerable children while cutting carbon emissions that cause climate change. • 40,000 Bangladeshi families to benefit • 150 new jobs to be created • Fuel efficient cook […]

Nov 02
BLOG: Turning Waste to Energy Could Reduce Landfill Dependency

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An innovative closed loop system will see neighbourhood rubbish burnt to produce heat and power for the community. The notion that waste can be turned into energy seems as fanciful as turning water into wine. But this is no modern day miracle: it’s a proven technology that has the potential to provide a significant amount […]