Hygiene remains a big issue. With the onset of the Covid crisis, companies have taken a wide variety of measures to protect and maintain the health of their workforce. In this whitepaper, we try to inform about what lessons you can learn as a facility manager – and what needs to happen in terms of workplace hygiene when
In 2016, BlackSatino developed the first retrieval concept for towel paper: paper waste from companies thus became the raw material for new hygiene paper, which the same companies then consumed again. This created a perfect cycle: it ensures less waste, fewer CO2 emissions and measurably more sustainability. This makes BlackSatino a pioneer in its field – as well as...
From start-ups and mid-sized businesses to large corporations: companies of all sizes have made sustainability an important issue. They develop long-term sustainability strategies, they define sustainability goals and they publish their activities and achievements in corresponding reports. But in fact, sustainability has many facets. And the way they are put into action.
Companies are aware of the opportunities that circular entrepreneurship offers and the impact they can achieve when they choose to act circularly. Despite the growing awareness of circularity, we find that many companies still do not know how to create a circular economy with their existing partners and suppliers.
Facility managers play an important role in closing loops and implementing a company's circular flow goals. After all, they are the ones who determine which products and services are necessary for their company. The facility manager's guidelines provide the framework within which the buyer or contract manager operates.