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Covid-19 support

Sustainable Advantage has teamed up with Bridgepoint-owned FatFace to help those in need during this difficult time. Together we have distributed over 6,000 items of brand new FatFace clothing to charities including Change Grow Live, Sanctuary, Childhood Trust, Vulnerable Care Sutton, Janie's Homeless Friends, Mungos, Lewisham Vulnerable Adults, Marylebone Project, Whitechapel Outreach, Guildford Action, Salvation Army, Shelter, Achieve Together and Blind Veterans. We have also helped distribute clothes via local churches and food banks. If you know anyone or any organisation helping people in need during this difficult time please contact us, we'd love to help.

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Recycling project pays off for Petersham Nurseries

Busy, award-winning restaurant Petersham Nurseries was desperate to improve its recycling record. A number of what it thought insurmountable hurdles were preventing it from making the necessary changes. Charles Hope-Dunbar of Sustainable Advantage describes how they collaborated to overcome those hurdles and save more than £20,000 a year.Our first step was to…
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Fat Face announces sustainability targets

British lifestyle clothing and accessories retailer Fat Face has announced its sustainability targets for 2025 and its plans to become carbon neutral.Sustainable Advantage has been working with Fat Face helping the company to reduce its carbon footprint by eight per cent over the last two years. It has increased waste…
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Clean energy milestone reached in 2019

The UK reached a clean energy milestone last year, by generating more of its energy from zero carbon sources than fossil fuels for the first time since the industrial revolution.Figures published by National Grid show that wind, solar, nuclear and hydro energy accounted for 57 per cent of power generation,…