Thursday 16th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Top environmental award for warehouse

The Sainsbury’s distribution warehouse in Pineham, Northampton has won a Green Apple Award for the Built Environment and Architectural Heritage.

Approval for Achilles carbon scheme

Achilles, which monitors and evaluates suppliers on behalf of major organisations, has got government backing for its carbonReduction programme.

Defining the low carbon supply chain

We can all point to some of the initiatives that companies are looking at to make their supply chains more environmentally-friendly.

Carbon Trust funding for new doors

The Bond Group has received an interest-free loan from the Carbon Trust as part of an energy saving project at its warehouse in Sheerness

Are you doing your bit for the environment?

Some of the most exciting developments in supply chain over the past couple of years have come through organisations’ efforts at environmental improvement. Now, the search is on for the companies that have done most to improve their environmental performa

Low carbon future for West Midlands

Business secretary Lord Mandelson has unveiled ambitious plans to make the West Midlands a leader in low carbon technologies which will have significant supply chain implications.

UKWA creates emissions toolkit

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association is working with the Carbon Trust to create an “emissions toolkit” to help warehouse operators cut carbon and save costs.