Posts Tagged ‘carbon footprint’

The UK’s largest property management company, Land Securities saves £250k and 650 tonnes of CO2 by installing Low Energy Air Filters

Client: Land Securities Building: New Street Square Environment: City Centre Environment Land Securities, the largest commercial property company in the UK, now own and manage more than 29 million ft2 of commercial property, from London offices and high street shops to major shopping centres and out-of-town retail parks. Camfil were asked by Neil Pennell, Engineering […]

Companies face further fines under new ‘green tax’

The Environment Agency has been accused of leaving businesses open to further fines under a new ‘green tax’ by asking companies to register their carbon footprint even if it is not accurate. By Louise Gray and James Kirkup Published by The Daily Telegraph – 7:00AM BST 13 Aug 2010 From April 2011, firms will need […]

Working with CRC

A well thought through and managed approach to the CRC can, says Abigail Dean, be an opportunity for landlords to engage with tenants to achieve greater energy efficiency and to demonstrate the benefits of energy efficiency programmes. This year marks the start of a very different approach to carbon management for many companies operating in […]

Optimise Air Filtration and Minimise Energy Costs

Cultural facilities are not immune to the economic crisis. Cost trends are upward, and revenues from visitors, endowments and corporate sponsorship are under threat. The news is not all bad, however: an opportunity exists for many cultural facilities to immediately reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint. This opportunity can usually be realised without the […]