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The ISO 50001 explained

The ISO 50001 is a new international Environmental Management Standard (EMS). It is the first global EMS following a range of national & regional ISOs such as ISO 9001 and 14001. The purpose of the ISO 50001 is to enable organisations to establish the systems and procedures necessary to improve energy performance including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.

PAS 2050 is updated: Carbon Footprinting

BSI has unveiled a new edition of its carbon foot printing standard, PAS 2050, in order to make it more relevant to businesses and to bring it in line with international standards. Read on more information:

ISO for SMEs: boosting procurement and green growth prospects

Why should SMEs consider applying for international management standards? A leading expert in the field, Jane Dronsfield, writes about the benefits of ISO for SMEs in an increasingly competitive market – and how it’s not as difficult or costly to gain as some might think.......

Update on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for non-domestic generators was due to be launched on 30 September 2011 but has been delayed until the end of November 2011. Read on for the reason for this delay, and information about the RHI . . . .

The Role of Green Interior Design

Interior designers can gain a competitive advantage in the green growth economy. With millions of eco-retrofits to the UK’s domestic and commercial property, the opportunities for interior design will be massive. However, green business planning will be required in order to succeed under Green Deal and the low carbon revolution.

Green Opportunities for Painters & Decorators

The Government’s Low Carbon Construction Action Plan will provide many opportunities under Green Deal for painting and decorating contractors. But how many have got their green credentials in place ready to take up these opportunities?

Manufacturers! Are you Green? Simple Steps

With some easily attainable “quick wins”, manufacturers can reposition themselves ready for the low carbon, green growth industries and gain a competitive advantage. For help and advice, with some simple steps, read on for our Green Manufacturing Guide:

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