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The Planet Mark Partners with ThisWeekinFM

10 January 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Planet First, provider of The Planet Mark in partnership with the Eden Project has joined forces with ThisWeekinFM to embed and underline the importance of sustainability in the facilities management sector. Providing monthly articles, Planet First will begin with the basics of sustainability and dissect the buzz words before delving into some of the problems that facilities professionals are currently facing. This will help them to improve sustainability in their workplace whilst promoting their efforts to help win business.

Steve Malkin from Planet First said: “Working with ThisWeekinFM gives us an exciting opportunity to explore the narrative behind the work that facilities professionals do towards sustainability. This partnership creates an exciting opportunity for a flow of information into a sector that can really make an impact on sustainability in businesses.”

The Planet Mark for business helps organisations of all sizes to save money, win business and engage their employees with the aim of reducing energy, carbon emissions, water and waste. The combinationof people, communication and technology creates awareness and encourages action.

Laurence Allen of ThisWeekinFM said: “This partnership aims to break down the barriers to sustainability faced by Facilities Professionals. Making the subject accessible and interesting, we want this partnership to bring to light the relevance and necessity of sustainability in this sector whilst helping professionals utilise their existing knowledge.”

www.planetfirst.co.uk

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 10 January 2014

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