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sustainable restaurant association
News
16/08/2019

Sustainable Advantage joins the Sustainable Restaurant Association

|Press Release Waste sustainability consultant joins the Sustainable Restaurant Association The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) was launched in 2010 by two sustainability experts and two restauranteurs wanting to lead the charge for the hospitality industry facing the ongoing challenge of sustainability, by encouraging best practice and rating restaurants on their…
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clean power for construction
News
09/05/2019

Continuous clean power for construction sites

Estimates suggest construction equipment is responsible for 7% of NOx emissions in London, 25% of which comes from generators. While Temporary Builders’ Supplies (TBS) are being connected there can sometimes be a gap in clean power, between site mobilisation and TBS availability. We’ve teamed up with battery storage manufacturer Off…
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waste management care homes
News
25/01/2019

Streamline your care home’s waste costs

We spoke to the editor at The Care Home Environment about how we help care homes reduce budget pressures without compromising on care:
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Engineering services and new connections for construction
News
10/08/2018

Sustainable Advantage awarded safe contractor status

We can proudly announce that Sustainable Advantage has been awarded accreditation from Safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety. Safe Contractor status is a widely accepted standard which recognises very high standards of health and safety practise and competency amongst UK businesses. The company was delighted…
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Engineering services and new connections for construction
News
03/08/2018

ESOS Phase 2 compliance

With over 9,000 of the UK’s largest companies now required to comply with the Department of Energy and Climate’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), we’re helping companies meet these new obligations and turn energy saving opportunities into a real business advantage.  Read our summary sheet to find out what’s required…
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Energy management for businesses
News
01/05/2018

Energy entrepreneurs generating £350m a year

Scottish 'energy entrepreneurs' now generate £350m a year. More than £82m was invested in 117 independent renewable energy projects across Scotland last year, according to figures revealed today. The spending by businesses, developers, farmers, landowners and communities means almost £700m has now been invested in the sector in Scotland in…
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Waste management for businesses
News
25/04/2018

Plastic straws could be banned

The ban on plastic straw.   Prime Minister Theresa May announced that there will be a consultation into some banning some prevalent single-use plastics, including plastic straws and cotton buds at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting on Friday 19 April. Around 8.5 billion plastic straws are thrown out in the UK every year,…
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Waste management for businesses
News
12/04/2018

Waitrose to stop using disposable coffee cups

Waitrose to stop using disposable coffee cups.   Some 2.5 billion coffee cups are thrown away annually in the UK, almost none of which are recycled because of their plastic lining. Disposable cups will be removed from all Waitrose stores by the autumn. Members of its loyalty scheme will still…
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Waste management for businesses
News
11/04/2018

Nestlé reveals packaging recycling target

Nestlé reveals packaging recycling target. Food manufacturer Nestlé has announced its ambition to make all of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. The company – which employs 330 people at its factory in Dalston, near Carlisle – said it wants none of its packaging, including plastics, to end up…
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Energy management for businesses
News
04/04/2018

Scotland produces record amount of energy from renewables

Scotland produces record amount of energy from renewables. Scotland has become a world leader in sourcing its electricity from renewables, after a record year in 2017 for creating eco-friendly energy, figures show. The nation got more than two-thirds – 68.1 percent – of its electricity from green schemes last year –…
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