03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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In the news

In the news

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  • Construction industry has become symbol for dismal productivity record
     
  • Environment secretary Michael Gove to banish house coal to curb harmful emissions

  • The Bathroom Manufacturers Association, BMA is working to influence the development of an international standard for a banding system to indicate the efficiency of water-using fittings and appliances, which will encourage water saving throughout the world.

  • Robert Woodhead’s National Space Centre Ultra Site receives stratospheric praise from Considerate Constructors Scheme 
  • Environmental group says the plan illegally breaches UK’s climate change policy

  • Jones wins with 52% of the vote, Elsie Owusu left in second place after fighting a contentious campaign

  • Study suggests replacing trees with bioenergy crops for use in carbon capture technologies may not be best strategy.

  • Northern Ireland-based dairy manufacturer Dale Farm has announced that it is now running one of its cheese manufacturing plants with 100% renewable energy after bringing a self-consumption solar farm online earlier this month.

  • A contractor said it would charge £424m to finish the Midland Met if procured through a new PF2 deal

  • More than 80 MPs and Peers have called for a £100bn investment in transport in northern England by 2050.

  • Canary Wharf Group is proud to announce that they have committed to becoming a Plastic Free Community as the next step in their 12-month #BreakingThePlasticHabit campaign, making them the first commercial centre to take part in the Surfers Against Sewage led initiative.

  • UK’s driest start to summer and freeze-thaw after cold snap in February and March blamed for problems

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