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Sheffield Hallam University has operated two certified environmental and energy management systems since 2011. Their ongoing integration with all university activities, and recent work to allow them to operate as a single system, has ensured continuous improvement in the management of environmental issues at the university while increasing staff efficiency.
Newly combined audits and assessments are conducted with reduced risk of duplication and increased levels of detail, allowing for the root causes of issues to be identified through the analysis of trends across all areas of environmental and energy management.
These are then effectively managed through embedding solutions and improved practices into operations.
1 A lot of time is invested upfront in creating the systems, but it is worth it when they are implemented and practically run themselves
2 Engagement with all stakeholders is essential, effective environmental management cannot be achieved by one person or team, but requires support from the whole university
3 There is always something that can be improved.
CO2t Savings: 380
No. of yrs: 4
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