The wind farm development is a familiar bone of contention. To some, the tall, turbined spires provide a glimpse of a green, low carbon future while for others they represent an inefficient, nature-threatening eyesore.
As the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions gains momentum, the undercurrent of seismic cultural shifts is creating a challenging business landscape for energy companies to flourish. Indeed, varied energy-specific concerns continue to dominate the news cycle—both intra-industry related to technology modernization, scalability, adaptability, generational recruitment and more as well as environmental, societal and cultural issues of consumer resonance.
Four Danish companies, Topsoe, Alfa Laval, Copenhagen Atomics and Aalborg CSP, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the ammonia producer Pupuk Kaltim, together with Pertamina New & Renewable Energy, both of which are owned by the Indonesian state, about building a facility in Bontang that can produce one million tonnes of ultra-low emission ammonia per year.
Through servicing customers’ vehicles at their 50+ sites nationwide, Jardine generates used lubricating oil which is now sent through a re-refinery process supported by oil recovery specialists Slicker Recycling.
The new system will optimize energy data access and usage for Polish consumers, drive value chain transformation, introduce new value-add services, and advance Poland's ESG goals.
Booking a holiday to escape the hustle and bustle tends to come with the difficult question of where?
The world has increasingly become environmentally conscious after COVID-19, and the UK is not far behind.
The unpalatable fact is the UK still produces too much waste, and we don’t recycle enough of it. Currently in the UK, we’re falling short of our 2050 target to prepare 65% of municipal waste for re-use and recycling, and plastic packaging is an important part of this story. As of 2021, the UK has a recovery/recycling rate of 44% for plastic packaging, while materials such as aluminium (75%) and paper and cardboard (70%) are much higher.
Based in Preston, Lancashire, LCM Group (LCM) offers an extensive range of services in design, building, and maintenance of commercial properties and complexes across multiple public and private sectors.
Winter can be a tough season for the temperature; during the coldest months, the UK reaches a low average between 2 and 7 degrees Celsius.
As the conversation around the environment and sustainability becomes increasingly prevalent and with 2050’s net zero targets not that far away, we have a lot of unpacking to do around how UK businesses package products.
Christmas lovers searching for festive magic and beautiful markets this winter are being told exactly where to head.