It is estimated that buildings may have 30-40 fit-outs during their lifecycle. With non-domestic buildings producing around 18% of the UK’s Carbon Emmissions, there is an increasing need to interrogate how we can safeguard the environment for future
FIS is committed to taking a pro-active lead, not just in supporting the UK ambition to net zero carbon by 2050, but delivering profound transformation within our supply chain on all aspects of ethical and environmental sustainability. Our Sustainability Working Group focuses on five key areas:
- Influencing design and procurement
- Increasing understanding and expertise on all aspects of sustainability
- Setting targets and supporting standardisation of data collection
- Creating an open network to share best practice, collate and create supporting resources
- Highlighting individuals and approaches that help inspire and inform change
Sustainability Leadership Group – FIS has established a Sustainability Leadership Group to steer our activities, if you are interested in getting involved email firstname.lastname@example.org
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