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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
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Tag Archives: ISO 14001
Integrating environmental management with business strategy. ISO14001:2015 published: Key revisions outlined.
At last, the long awaited next edition of ISO 14001:2015, integrating environmental management with business strategy has been published and available here NEW IN ISO 14001 (updated from my blog post 13 July 2015) ISO 14001:2015 adopts the High Level Structure which is … Continue reading
The latest milestone in the ISO 14001 revision process was reached on 2 July 2015 with the issue of ISO/FDIS 14001. This document is the final draft before the publication of the standard (scheduled for September 2015). The convention at … Continue reading
Managing construction carbon is an essential part of successful project management. If you are not already using constructco2, here is our latest update release for the ConstructCO2 carbon monitoring toolkit… As part of the annual review of the ConstructCO2 toolkit’s conversion factors we have updated the Modes … Continue reading
This week DECC confirmed arrangements for the demise of SWMP’s You will no longer be required by law to prepare a site waste management plan (SWMP) from 1 December 2013. However, SWMPs may still be required by BREEAM, the planning … Continue reading
The mid 90’s saw my first involvement with sustainable construction, as Business Improvement Manager, setting up strategy and awareness programmes for Mowlem Construction, driven it should be noted to address client bid requirements in PFI and Prime Contracting. At that … Continue reading