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News Editor  - 02.03.2021

Food Waste Action Week

A partnership between Compass Group and WRAP is encouraging organisations across the food and drinks sector to work together to prevent food going to waste as the UK commemorates its inaugural "Food Waste Action Week".

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Advocating Better Safety for Vehicle Crews

A new report commissioned from University College London (UCL) by Veolia recommends operators of waste collection vehicles to adopt enhanced safety measures during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thought Leadership

  • Gavin Graveson

    Gavin Graveson

    Supporting the UK's Transition to Net Zero

    Gavin Graveson, Veolia UK and Ireland EVP and Chair of the Environmental Services Association (ESA), comments on plans announced in the UK government's Energy White Paper on the transition to net...

  • Robin Mills

    Robin Mills

    Recognising Colleagues in Unprecedented Times

    Robin Mills, managing director of Compass Group UK & Ireland, acknowledges the extraordinary efforts of colleagues during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron

    Comment on the NABERS Energy for Offices Scheme in the UK

    Jamie Cameron, Director of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls UK & Ireland, comments on the recent launch from BRE of the NABERS UK scheme for measuring the energy efficiency of offices.

  • Dan Zakai

    Dan Zakai

    Why the Death of the Office is Greatly Exaggerated

    Dan Zakai, co-founder and CEO of Mindspace, explains why the Covid-19 pandemic will serve as a catalyst for a long-overdue rebirth of brick-and-mortar offices.

  • Rene Buhay

    Rene Buhay

    Why Video Conferencing Has Saved 2020

    Rene Buhay, VP of Sales and Marketing at AVer Europe, discusses the upsurge in video conferencing during the Covid-19 pandemic, and its impact on businesses as well as families.

  • George Adams

    George Adams

    Combating Pollution with Smarter Cities

    George Adams, Director of Energy & Engineering at SPIE UK and former CIBSE President, says air pollution which came under the spotlight on World Environment Day 2019, requires a rethink of the...

  • FM Magazine

    FM Magazine

    An Audience with Bill Heath

    FM Magazine spoke to Polyteck Group non-executive director and former Mace Macro Chairman, Bill Heath, about his latest career move, Dubai, and the future for facilities management.

  • Mar Beltran

    Mar Beltran

    PFI Not to Blame

    Despite often vociferous claims by its detractors, Mar Beltran, S&P Global Ratings’ senior director for infrastructure, EMEA, argues the private finance initiative (PFI) model wasn't to blame for...

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Moore Kingston Smith Hard Services Contract

UK accountancy firm Moore Kingston Smith have awarded Artic Building Services a contract to undertake planned preventative maintenance at six locations in London and the home counties.

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Hannah Koole-Browne  - 04.03.2021

Building Successful Working Relationships in CRE

Hannah Koole-Browne, associate director at CRE consultancy Incendium, discusses the growing importance of collaborative approaches in developing corporate real estate strategy.

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Harris Health System Announces New Chair

Dr. Arthur Bracey has been elected chair of the Harris Health System Board of Trustees, the governing body for the public healthcare system in Harris County, Texas.

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

GMIS2021 to Co-locate with EXPO Dubai

This year's edition of the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (#GMIS2021) will be held alongside EXPO Dubai from 22 to 27 November.

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News Editor  - 02.03.2021

Facebook Facing Unsafe Working Practices Lawsuits

Thirty content moderators who claim their mental health was harmed as a result of exposure to toxic visual content are suing Facebook and recruitment agencies, CPL Solutions, Accenture, Majorel and...

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News Editor  - 03.03.2021

Guest Services Contract

Portico has been awarded the guest services contract for 125 Old Broad Street, formerly the Stock Exchange Tower, in the City of London.

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News Editor  - 26.02.2021

Green Energy Coalition Announces New Members

Airbus, Bureau Veritas and PSA International are the latest companies to join the Coalition for the Energy of the Future whose members are committed to accelerating the development of sustainable...

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News Editor  - 02.03.2021

Redefining Hospital Hospitality

Philips Pro TVs are supporting patient wellbeing and recovery at the new £162 million Clatterbridge Cancer Centre hospital in Liverpool.

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News Editor  - 02.03.2021

Managing Mobile Cleaning

Planon is partnering with Dutch startup developer of service digitalisation platforms AddOnn to enhance software support for mobile cleaning and similar processes.

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News Editor  - 09.02.2021

Three UK Awards Relocation Contract

Commercial relocation and change management company Business Moves Group (BMG) has won a major relocation contract with mobile phone operator, Three UK.

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News Editor  - 07.02.2021

Procurement Framework Appointment

ETL, the estate development subsidiary of Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, has named Mitie as a preferred supplier under its Net Zero Carbon Delivery framework.

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Harris Health System Announces New Chair

Dr. Arthur Bracey has been elected chair of the Harris Health System Board of Trustees, the governing body for the public healthcare system in Harris County, Texas.

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Moore Kingston Smith Hard Services Contract

UK accountancy firm Moore Kingston Smith have awarded Artic Building Services a contract to undertake planned preventative maintenance at six locations in London and the home counties.

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News Editor  - 04.03.2021

Advocating Better Safety for Vehicle Crews

A new report commissioned from University College London (UCL) by Veolia recommends operators of waste collection vehicles to adopt enhanced safety measures during the Covid-19 pandemic.