Staff all over Barts Health NHS Trust have been awarded with a United Nations Environment certificate for their contribution to Operation TLC (T-turn off equipment, L – lights out, C – close doors).25th March 2015, Reposted 1 time What do you think? Be the first to comment!
Everyone at Barts Health can do Operation TLC (Turn off-Lights out-Close doors). We spoke to Vindra who is championing the Operation TLC theatre checklist at Whipps Cross Hospital25th March 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
Skanska has used assessment tools to identify materials and processes which require the greatest use of energy, namely the concrete building frame and internal partition walls. The embodied energy has been lowered by maximising recycled content25th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
For the GOSH project Skanska has reduced the equivalent carbon dioxide (CO2e) in the concrete used. We have designed alternative concrete mixes which use less cement, lowering the level of energy required to produce the material20th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
Skanska is a Great Ormond Street Hospital charity supporter. We are proud to work with the charity on projects such as the rejuvenation of the Japanese garden and the funding of sustainability hoarding which has been designed by patients.20th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
GOSH are well on track to hit our CO2 reduction target for 2014/15. With only three months to go we are currently 17% below last years emissions...Our target is 5%!!!28th February 2015
In shared areas of buildings, influencing switch-off behaviours can be challenging. We assessed a multi-channel initiative to see whether lighting switch-off behaviour could be influenced25th February 2015, Reposted 1 time 1 comment! Add your voice to the conversation!
GOSH is using CarbonCulture to help us work together as one team to make our sustainable development programmes as successful as possible. If you work at GOSH, please sign up with your gosh.nhs.uk email address to see more and get involved.24th February 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
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