‘Green’ Product Labels: Can Consumers Trust Them?

Today, when consumers walk down the supermarket aisles in search for a product, the options are seemingly limitless. A prime …

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Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting Framework: What is it and How does it apply?

What is the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) Framework?
In November of 2018, the UK Government introduced the Streamlined …

The Importance of Energy Monitoring

Successful organisations recognise the positive correlation between data collection, analysis,  evaluation and business growth. As a result, successful organisations are …

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Best Available Technique Reference Documents: What are they and why are they important?

Best available techniques (BAT) are defined as the techniques that are most effective, or ‘best’, at eliminating or, where not …

The Importance of Duty of Care

Duty of Care: Defined
Duty of Care can be defined as: ‘an organisation’s responsibility to ensure all reasonable steps have …

Have yourself a conscious little Christmas

The holidays are upon us – Christmas trees have gone up, lights are lining city centres and Christmas carols are …

Plan A
Marks & Spencer Plan A Commitments: How does it affect suppliers?

What is Plan A 2025?
Marks & Spencer’s (M&S) Plan A was first devised in 2007 as the business’ pledge …

New Environmental Watchdog

Current Environmental Regulation 
The UK Government has set out the desire to capitalise on Brexit as an opportunity to introduce …

Low emkission zone blog 2

In last week’s blog, we looked at what low emission zones are and how they could be beneficial. This week …

LEZ blog 1
Low Emission Zones: What Are They?

Low Emission Zones: Defined
Low Emission Zones (LEZ) are specific areas, within a town or city, that can only be entered …

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The Impact of Food Technology and Policy on Food Security

Food security, as set out in our previous blog, is composed of 4 different dimensions: food availability, food access, utilisation …

Waste Reduction: Disposable living and the throw-away society

We now live in a world where society is strongly influenced by consumerism. Excessive production of disposable items has taken …

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