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The “buzz” around sustainability has changed in the last few years due to several global trends. Stabilized (and sometimes falling) oil and natural prices, the growing availability of shale gas, and the lack of agreement on international GHG (Greenhouse Gas) markets and controls all contribute to a changing public consciousness around sustainability. While there are examples of sustainability leadership in many sectors, such as sustainable seafood and improving supply chains, few organizations are investing in the capabilities to systematically drive improved operational sustainability. The most progressive companies are engaging sustainability initiatives, but typically on a piecemeal or project basis. Sustainability still lacks the broad, high-impact action that the early 2000’s promised.
While food service operators typically focus on managing food and labor costs, they often dismiss energy costs as an uncontrollable “cost of doing business”. However, with a few easy actions, you can reduce your energy use and improve bottom line profits.
There has been considerable effort to restrict the use of F gases within the UK in particular and the European Union in general. F gases are found primarily in refrigeration and air conditioning units and laws governing their regulation are coming under particular focus during 2009.
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The McKinsey Report was compiled by a research team from the company of the same name with input from a variety of environmentalists, government agencies, and industry experts.
There is a distinct link between the production of waste and greenhouse gas emissions which are proven to have a significant negative effect on our environment in general and climate change specifically.
As efficiencies come under close scrutiny across a wide spectrum of enterprise management, perhaps one of the last activities to be considered is work order automation.
The concept of environmental management has been around for some time now, but first became really in vogue in the United States during the 1980s.
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