Public Sector Estates Management Magazine, the leading publication on public sector sustainability, has endorsed the AquaMark scheme to its audience of Central Government, Local Authorities, the NHS, Education and Housing Associations. The multi-million pound AquaMark initiative is the first of its kind, and is set to put Britain at the forefront of global water benchmarking.
The Sustainability Exchange, which encompasses leading organisations from across the further and higher education sector and is the number one resource for sustainability in UK tertiary education, has promoted the revolutionary AquaMark initiative to its forward-thinking audience. The AquaMark project is fully grant-funded, and will provide a range of free services to organisations of all sizes and sectors, to drive down commercial water usage.
The Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges, a strong alliance of universities and colleges, sector bodies and commercial organisations working together both in the UK and internationally, has endorsed AquaMark to its members. The free-to-join AquaMark initiative will deliver 500 different building benchmark classifications to enable organisations to reduce water use by 30%, in not only the education sector but across all industries.
Leading sustainability and responsible business magazine Footprint has backed AquaMark, Britain’s first national water benchmarking project, reporting on the revolutionary scheme to its audience of sustainability professionals in the foodservice industry. The free-to-join scheme will deliver 500 different building benchmark classifications to enable organisations in all industry sectors to reduce water use by 30%.