Download or grab a print copy - Latest Environment Times' Case Studies Collection is out!
The latest Case Study Collection from Environment Times can be viewed as a digital copy, and we will also be giving out copies at the forthcoming RWM and EMEX trade exhibitions from our stands. It's full of news and information about those working to make our world more sustainable in a practical and commercial way.
Scotch whisky distiller halves carbon and will share secrets of its success 'open source'
Scotch whisky maker Chivas Brothers has made the expertise and learnings from its successful integration of enhanced heat recovery technologies 'open source'. The move was made after the application of the technology at its Glentauchers site showed significant benefit in carbon emissions reduction, providing insights that will benefit the industry at large if adopted at other suitable distillation sites.
- Robust shredder run on solar transforms a range of wastes into energy in Norfolk Resource & 'Waste'
Portsmouth coastal flood defence concrete aims to boost marine ecosystem
The North Portsea Coastal Scheme's fourth phase is underway and involves a bespoke concrete solution developed by Aggregate Industries, and undertaken by Mackley Civil Engineering, featuring an 'ecoformliner' texture which will help to nurture a marine life ecosystem in the wall's holes and grooves.
Sustainable Building & Living
History has taught us that every generation faces its own global challenges. Our time is no exception. We face nothing short of an environmental crisis that presents fundamental challenges to the way we live now and will need to live in the future. As environmental specialists, designers and planners at Arcadis, our position is one of responsibility.
Denmaur Paper Media Celebrates landmark achievement of 100,000 tonnes of Carbon Balanced Paper™ sales
Monitoring equipment manufacturer Gemini Data Loggers is a proud sponsor of a project to rebuild the AECB's Low Energy Buildings Database into an international platform for sustainable building knowledge.
5 ways to make your website more eco-friendly
People often believe that doing everything online, such as visiting a website, is environmentally friendly. In many cases, this is true. For example, it's generally much more energy efficient to use internet banking than it is to visit a branch in person. But the digital world uses energy too. Billions of people use the internet which results in a significant amount of carbon emissions. Energy is needed for sending an email, uploading and storing documents in the cloud, and even just browsing websites. It's that last point we're going to take a look at here.
Our Sustainable Chocolate Factory
Across all levels in Butlers Chocolates, we strive to minimise our impact on the environment and improve our processes all the time. We are always thinking about the future. We are dedicated to challenging the issues of sustainability, reducing energy inputs, minimising the carbon footprint and lessening our impact on the environment.
UK's largest housebuilder announces new science-based carbon reduction targets
The country's largest housebuilder, Barratt Developments, says it has become the first housebuilder to announce new science-based targets for reducing carbon emissions. It claims the targets are in line with efforts to limit global warming to 1.5oC, needed to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change.