Rap battle: Sustainability's latest Millennial marketing trend
From BT laying down a track about minimising emissions to a Dutch hip-hop star freestyling about Heineken's reduced water consumption, edie explores the latest trend in CSR reporting: rap music.
Green beans: 5 sustainable coffee innovations
Coffee. It got you out of bed this morning, it's an excuse to meet an old friend and it propels you through those late-night deadlines. We all love coffee - 1.6 billion cups of it are drunk every day - and supplying that demand has made it the second most traded commodity on the planet after oil.
PROPELAIR HIGH-PERFORMANCE TOILET
The Propelair 1.5 litre flush toilet has been designed to save water and energy while lowering bills to reduce a building's operational costs. The Propelair system offers a number of benefits, and outperforms traditional low flush toilets in several areas:
Water leak located and repaired saving £39,000 and a £24,000 leakage allowance What a result
Having successfully located and repaired the long standing water leak at Bramcote School saving £39,000 per annum as the leak was fixed before the full years bills had been forwarded to the client by Severn Trent Water,
Propelair transforms washrooms at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow
Following a successful trial earlier this year, the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow has chosen to refurbish all of its public toilets using the Propelair WC system. In addition to the obvious water savings and reduction in utility bills, the technology brings substantial hygiene benefits that are of particular importance in a healthcare setting. Propelair's flush efficiency has also added value by eliminating blockages in areas of extreme high usage where issues had previously arisen on a daily basis.