“Driving the
Sustainability
Agenda in FM”
Mark Whittaker
BIFM North rEGION
2 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM
Welcome & Thanks
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Welcome & Thanks
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2014 BIFM North Key Learning Events
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The BIFM North Summer Ball
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Today’s Event
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Introduction to today’s speakers
Simon Grinter
Sustainability Special Interest Group
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Aims & Objectives
> Act as a centre of excellence for knowledge and
opinion within the FM sect...
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> Collaborate with others
 Regions/Other SIGs
 Sustainability Exchange with HE
 WRAP Strate...
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With thanks to our sponsors
AstraZeneca Alderley Park
Gary Riddell
Associate Director FM
Welcome
BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
AstraZeneca
Alderley Park
•Approx 3000 people on site
•400 +...
BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
FM ( All suppliers )
•Unique position and opportunity
• Ener...
BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
Environment
Reuse
Energy
The Alderley Park Environment £99Kpa
Biodiversity and Estate Sustainability
•Biodiversity action plan BAP
•150 acres of an...
Reuse
Equipment
17000 equipment items in Cheshire.
Lifecycle management process employing share, reuse/redeploy, lease, au...
Reuse
Space/Offices & Laboratories
Flexible and adaptable design helps to maximise
footprint occupancy and reuse opportuni...
Site Consolidation project
Nick Hoarty Sodexo
BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
Building Change in State Programme
Sodexo Change Team
Background
- Sodexo Change Team
- Building ‘Tickover’ Procedure
- Pr...
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£10,000
£20,000
£30,000
£40,000
£50,000£/month
Block 022.Block 022 Total Electrical (kWh)
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Energy
Reduction
2014 Target 6% Achievement YTD 25%
Improvement projects delivering improvements in Optimisation,
Insulati...
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FM
•Unique position and opportunity
•Choice
Fit for purpose
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BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
Questions ?
BACK UP Slides
Author | 00 Month Year14 Set area descriptor | Sub level 1
LAB EQUIPMENT LIFECYCLE
Beneficial
Operation
Maintenance
& Repair
Modification
and
Enhancement
Lab
Computing
support
Reloc...
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| 00
Month
Set area descriptor | Sub level 1
Environment
Estate Management
Woodlands
Alderley Park has around 150 acres of woodland, much of it classed by English Natu...
Environment
Biodiversity and Estate Sustainability
Background
The Alderley Park estate is recognised as a unique asset for...
19 Author | 00 Month Year Set area descriptor | Sub level 1
Confidentiality Notice
This file is private and may contain co...
WELCOME
to
TODAYS
DELEGATES
Everton FC (Goodison Park)
‘Small Fixes Which Make a
Big Difference’
SUSTAINABILITY
Everton Football Club
Liverpool, England
• Sustainable architecture is architecture
that seeks to minimize the negative
environmental impact of buildings by
effici...
THE REALITY
• When Goodison Park was constructed,
SUSTAINABILITY was definitely not a priority and
probably not even in th...
• Everton FC (Goodison Park) won the ‘Sustainability Award’
for their ‘Small Fixes Which Make a Big Difference’ entry at
T...
Project Overview
Finding sustainable cost effective projects to reduce
energy within Goodison Park is challenging.
We look...
THE CRITERIA
• Realistic capital expenditure costs.
• Short payback periods (3-5 years or
less)
• Minimal disruption to th...
• Some lamp samples were put on test in
our offices, a 10 watt Phillips self-
contained cool white LED was eventually
chos...
We decided to install motion sensors in
some rooms to maximize energy savings.
These were to be purchased from our
mainten...
New LED lights in our Dixie Dean Lounge
The project in numbers
Initially we decide to replace 880 x 50W dichroic lamps and 20 x 100W
AR111 down lighters with the ...
Energy costs and carbon emissions after the
project.
(880 x 10W = 8 800W) = 8.8 Kw + (20 x 40W) = 800W = 0.8Kw: Total =
9....
Annual savings
Annual electricity cost before project:
£12 857
Annual electricity cost after project:
£ 2 683
Cost saving:...
Capital costs and Pay back period
• The new lamp cost was £18.74 x 900 = £16 866
• With an annual energy cost saving of £10 174 and a 5 year
manufacturers g...
Conclusion & Future Initiatives
• This project is on-going and we will be fitting more
LED lamps over the coming closed se...
Although this was not a multi-million pound hi
tech endeavour, this has been and continues to
be an extremely viable cost ...
Other Environmental Initiatives
We currently recycle glass, cardboard, plastics, office paper, all our
WEEE.
With the purc...
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Clears buildings even before
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BIFM North Sustainability in FM Key Learning Event 15 May 2014

  1. 1. “Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM” Mark Whittaker BIFM North rEGION
  2. 2. 2 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Welcome & Thanks
  3. 3. 3 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Welcome & Thanks
  4. 4. 4 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Twitter Today’s event: #bifmkle @BIFM_North @BIFM_Sust @Whitbags @Everton @WARPit_ @popupfarm @AstraZeneca
  5. 5. 5 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM 2014 BIFM North Key Learning Events
  6. 6. 6 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM The BIFM North Summer Ball > Weds 9th July: > BIFM North Ball > Hilton Deansgate
  7. 7. Today’s Event
  8. 8. 8 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Introduction to today’s speakers
  9. 9. Simon Grinter Sustainability Special Interest Group
  10. 10. 2 | Presentation title here Aims & Objectives > Act as a centre of excellence for knowledge and opinion within the FM sector > Promote best practice, awareness, participation and learning > Inform the facilities community and other stakeholders about the importance of effective sustainable development practice to create a framework that allows an active business contribution
  11. 11. 3 | Presentation title here > Collaborate with others  Regions/Other SIGs  Sustainability Exchange with HE  WRAP Strategy Group > Consultations > Annual Sustainability Survey > Good Practice Guides > Events > Articles & Newsletters > Follow us on twitter ‫‏‬@BIFM_Sust What do we do?
  12. 12. 4 | Presentation title here With thanks to our sponsors
  13. 13. AstraZeneca Alderley Park Gary Riddell Associate Director FM Welcome
  14. 14. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda AstraZeneca Alderley Park •Approx 3000 people on site •400 + acres – 80 acres Developed •£48M FM budget - £30M operational •ICI 1950 – ZENECA 1993 – AstraZeneca 1999 – MSP 2014 •Legacy of major anti-cancer treatments •Beta Blockers discovered – Nobel prize Sir James Black •Site recently purchased by MSP •Fast Growing Bioscience incubator
  15. 15. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda FM ( All suppliers ) •Unique position and opportunity • Energy and utilities management • Building Services and equipment maintenance and repair • Waste management • Catering and hospitality • Logistics • Building stewardship and Security •Choice Fit for purpose Or Contributing to sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
  16. 16. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda Environment Reuse Energy
  17. 17. The Alderley Park Environment £99Kpa Biodiversity and Estate Sustainability •Biodiversity action plan BAP •150 acres of ancient woodland, 100acres of pasture grassland. •2 sites of Biological Importance •Thinning and clear felling of coniferous plantation •30,000 native broadleaf trees planted over the past 15 years •Self sustaining programme funded by sale of timber and forestry commission grants •Nature Trails and cross site pathways •Artificial sandbank for sand martins and Kingfishers •15 areas of water (25 acres) stocked with fish •2 designated conservation areas BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda Farming •Sheep and rare breed cattle – graze on 100 acres – low density •Control of fertilizers < 50 fertilised land – progressive elimination of nitrogen •Winter fodder produced on site •Farm open day during lambing season
  18. 18. Reuse Equipment 17000 equipment items in Cheshire. Lifecycle management process employing share, reuse/redeploy, lease, auction 600 items sold in April and donate programmes. Waste is last option. Managed warehouse facility. 1300 items currently in Global surplus. Migration to Cambridge is based on 80-90% reuse of laboratory equipment Furniture Long established reuse process. Managed stock held in Macclesfield. Redeployed where needed. Reuse - Always the first option. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
  19. 19. Reuse Space/Offices & Laboratories Flexible and adaptable design helps to maximise footprint occupancy and reuse opportunity Reduction in AZ footprint - external tenants moving into vacated space. Lab consolidation. Release of space for others to use. 38 businesses, employing ~200. Site consolidation, Concentration of AZ occupied space towards the Mere. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
  20. 20. Site Consolidation project Nick Hoarty Sodexo BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
  21. 21. Building Change in State Programme Sodexo Change Team Background - Sodexo Change Team - Building ‘Tickover’ Procedure - Project Trial Building Change in State - Tickover - Mothball - Shutdown Operational Asset Tickover Mothball Shutdown EnergyConsumption 0 100 Simpleandquick toreinstate Highercostandtimetoreinstate. Riskofirreversibledamage.
  22. 22. £0 £10,000 £20,000 £30,000 £40,000 £50,000£/month Block 022.Block 022 Total Electrical (kWh) Block 022.Block 022 Total HPHW-sprint (kWh) Key Objective - Client Engagement - Programme Delivery - Handover Documentation Progress and Benefits Block 22 Research Building Operational > Tickover > Mothball
  23. 23. Energy Reduction 2014 Target 6% Achievement YTD 25% Improvement projects delivering improvements in Optimisation, Insulation, Building Controls, Heat Recovery, Variable air Volume. Meeting Corporate target of 30% over 5 years. Carbon Move to procurement of green electricity. From 22,000 tonnes to 0 tonnes. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
  24. 24. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda FM •Unique position and opportunity •Choice Fit for purpose or Contributing to Corporate responsibility and sustainability
  25. 25. BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda Questions ?
  26. 26. BACK UP Slides Author | 00 Month Year14 Set area descriptor | Sub level 1
  27. 27. LAB EQUIPMENT LIFECYCLE Beneficial Operation Maintenance & Repair Modification and Enhancement Lab Computing support Relocation Optimisation CommissionInstall Decommission Re-use Move to Location Delivery to Site ProcurementCAS Prepare Location and Services Change Control Test and Register Update Equipment Record Capital Demand Sell/Donate Disposal Revenue Demand Demand and Acquisition Deliver/Install/Commission Beneficial Operation Spend wisely on the right equipment to meet business objectives Progress quickly and safely to beneficial operation Maximise /Optimise Develop Maintenance and Support Plan Equipment Records and Information Re-use Surplus Management Maximise Return on Investment
  28. 28. 16Author | 00 Month Set area descriptor | Sub level 1
  29. 29. Environment Estate Management Woodlands Alderley Park has around 150 acres of woodland, much of it classed by English Nature/DEFRA as ‘ancient woodland’ in that it has been in existence for many hundreds of years. There are also 2 areas with S.B.I designation (sites of biological importance) at grade A and B levels. These are Radnor Mere and surrounds and The Boys Walk wood. Within the woodlands are an abundance of flora and fauna, included several rare and protected species (great crested newts, badgers setts, kingfishers, heronry, several bat species), all of which means that the area needs sensitive environmental management. The woodland areas are currently managed in line with a woodland management program. This is a long term plan, the aim of which is to gradually reduce the existing plantations of coniferous trees, planted as cash crop in the 1960’s (low amenity, low conservation and habitat value), and to replace these with a mix of native broadleaved tree species to ensure improved biodiversity and habitat value, and ensure the sustainability of the woodlands for future generations. The woodland management program is currently in its 3rd five year cycle. Three major thinning operations of the coniferous plantations have taken place, and several areas have been clear-felled and replanted with a mix of native broadleaved tree species. Over the past 15 years, approximately 30,000 trees have been planted at Alderley Park. The result has been a much improved woodland structure, offering much greater habitat diversity and sustainability. The woodland management program is agreed with and grant aided by the Forestry Commission, and as such is self financing. Sale of timber from thinning/clear-felling operations pays for all replanting and ongoing maintenance costs associated with ensuring the health and survival of the newly planted trees. All ongoing maintenance of the woodland areas is carried out by estates staff, including safety inspection and remedial action to trees, clearance of invasive rhododendron growth, and maintenance and clearance of all tracks and pathways throughout the woodland areas. Annual management grants are received from the Forestry Commission to support this. Nature trails Throughout the woodland areas, and extending around the parkland and historic building areas of site, a series of nature trails have been developed, and associated natural history and wildlife guides produced, giving informative and educational material about the site history and resident wildlife. These nature trails and guides have been created and are maintained to offer and encourage staff to access the wider areas of the site, and, like the parkland pathways mentioned previously, are very popular with staff for relaxation and recreation purposes. Environmental initiatives As part of the ongoing management strategy, environmental initiatives are undertaken by the estates team to promote and enhance biodiversity across the site. Recent examples include – Reed bed restoration – clearance of invasive rhododendron growth along Radnor Mere shore, and replanting with reed bed plants Sand Martin/Kingfisher nesting bank – an artificial nesting bank at Radnor Mere created to encourage nesting of these species. Has proved to be a successful nesting site for Kingfishers (a Schedule 1 protected bird species) Bird box scheme – around 150 nesting boxes, plus barn owl, kestrel and bat boxes have been located right across the estate. Designated conservation areas (ice house wood, wildflower slope), where rare and/or unusual plants are found. These areas are also used to relocate rare plants affected by building works in other areas of the site Alderley Park has 15 areas of water within its boundary totaling around 25 acres. Many of these are stocked with fish and used by the Club AZ angling society. These are monitored and maintained by estates staff, including clearance of in/out flows, and clearance of bank sides to ensure healthy waters. Four ponds within the woodland areas that had become stagnant and overgrown have been renovated by dredging and vegetation clearance to return them to healthy waterways and important wildlife habitats. Development of Alderley Park Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) - this document details an update of the original Biodiversity Action Plan drafted in 2007 which followed the Phase 1 habitat survey of the Alderley Park site undertaken in 2006 and 2007. - the Phase 1 habitat classification and associated field surveys recorded the semi-natural vegetation and other wildlife habitats. Each habitat type/feature was defined following JNCC (Joint Nature Conservation Council)guidelines and was assessed for its potential to support protected or notable species as defined in the Cheshire Regional Biodiversity action plan. -this update continues to follow Cheshire’s regional BAP and the UK BAP, and in accordance with revised legislation such as the 2010 habitat regulations. Accordingly it comprises a Habitat Action Plan (HAP) and a Species Action Plan (SAP) which focuses on habitats and species of regional (and national) importance, as well as more common indicator species. -the HAP is a strategy for maintaining and improving habitats on site, with the overall objective of maintaining or enhancing their use by wildlife (plant and animal) species. The SAP provides a focus on key species, which are representative of the site’s wildlife in the context of the region’s important wildlife. ) -both involve managing biodiversity actively or passively and encouraging or discouraging species on site, along with monitoring the abundance and distribution of these species as indicators of performance against specific targets. These and other key performance indicators are to gauge the success of habitat and wildlife management in conjunction with the management of site facilities and operations Biodiversity Data Base – bespoke database developed for recording of all biodiversity data. Site divided into habitat areas (JNCC classification) and surveys undertaken to record flora/fauna observed in each area. Added to and updated as new records are submitted. Accesible to all staff to promote/ increase awareness of biodiversity across the site. . Gary Riddell | 15 May 201417 BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
  30. 30. Environment Biodiversity and Estate Sustainability Background The Alderley Park estate is recognised as a unique asset for the site. Extending to 400 acres, it comprises – 80 acres of developed land – buildings/car parks etc. (20% total area). 100 acres of parkland/ grassland (26% total area). 150 acres of woodland (40% total area). 25 acres of lakes/ponds (6.25% total area). 15 acres of sports facilities (1.5% total area). 25 acres of amenity grassland/ trees (6.25% total area). The Farm The farmland makes up the majority of the land area in the central area of the site. There are approximately 100 acres of permanent pasture grassland. This is managed by selective sheep and cattle grazing, to give a cost effective and environmentally sound way of managing the area. The extensive grazing strategy means - animal stocking rates are kept deliberately low (approx 2.5 sheep/acre) to ensure the grassland is not overgrazed. Artificial fertilizer usage rates have been reduced - now approx. 50% of grazing area receives less than 50kg/nitrogen p/hectare, remaining 50% receives NO fertilizer., helping to maintain healthy sward of native grass species. Small herd of rare breed cattle (British Whites) introduced in 2002 to offer different grazed habitats for invertibrates/insects, small mammals etc. Blanket weed spraying replaced by selective (spot) spraying to further protect native grass/wildflower sward. All winter fodder (hay/silage) made on farm Member of DEFRA/Natural England Environmental Stewardship scheme The farm has Farm Assured Welfare status (FABBL), and is run to high standards of animal husbandry and welfare. The farm is also managed to maximize use of the land area by staff and visitors for recreation and staff welfare. Over recent years a network of signed pathways through the farmland had been developed linking together the Mereside, Parklands and Alderley House areas of site. Estates staff also provide a farm open weekend at lambing time for staff and their families, giving them the opportunity to experience farming practices at close hand and an insight into how and why the farm and estate is managed. Local environmental and wildlife groups also attend, manning display stands/interactive demonstrations etc. Gary Riddell | 15 May 201418 BIFM Key Learning Event: Driving the FM Sustainability Agenda
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  32. 32. WELCOME to TODAYS DELEGATES
  33. 33. Everton FC (Goodison Park) ‘Small Fixes Which Make a Big Difference’ SUSTAINABILITY
  34. 34. Everton Football Club Liverpool, England
  35. 35. • Sustainable architecture is architecture that seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space. • Sustainable architecture uses a conscious approach to energy and ecological conservation in the design of the built environment.
  36. 36. THE REALITY • When Goodison Park was constructed, SUSTAINABILITY was definitely not a priority and probably not even in the minds of the architects and engineers that constructed the stadium. • Goodison Park was not designed with sustainability in mind, so we have to engineer sustainability into the architecture when ever the opportunity arises.
  37. 37. • Everton FC (Goodison Park) won the ‘Sustainability Award’ for their ‘Small Fixes Which Make a Big Difference’ entry at The Stadium Business Awards 2013. • Everton saw off competition from Wolfsburg, the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Manchester United’s Old Trafford, the Aviva Stadium in Dublin and Marlins Park in Miami to win the award. Wembley Stadium were the 2012 winners. • The judging panel’s published comments revealed: “Everton's submission impressed on so many levels – technical detail, costing's, lifetime carbon reduction, budget ROIs, but also in the context that its sustainability goals were achieved in one of the oldest operating stadiums in the world.” 2013 Winners In Focus – Sustainability Award
  38. 38. Project Overview Finding sustainable cost effective projects to reduce energy within Goodison Park is challenging. We looked at boiler renewal and solar panels, but these had large capital expenditure costs with payback periods of up to 20 years. Our goal is to secure a new stadium for Everton, so payback periods are critical to any project.
  39. 39. THE CRITERIA • Realistic capital expenditure costs. • Short payback periods (3-5 years or less) • Minimal disruption to the operation. • Measurable energy and cost savings • Sustainability It was felt that lighting as well as being highly visible, was contributing to a large portion of our energy consumption.
  40. 40. • Some lamp samples were put on test in our offices, a 10 watt Phillips self- contained cool white LED was eventually chosen. • To maximize the benefits of this project we negotiated a 5 year replacement guarantee with Phillips, with the proviso that we would retain our existing fittings and transformers.
  41. 41. We decided to install motion sensors in some rooms to maximize energy savings. These were to be purchased from our maintenance budget on an on-going basis to reduce capital costs. This would reduce energy even further, but we did not calculate this into our figures as it was an unknown.
  42. 42. New LED lights in our Dixie Dean Lounge
  43. 43. The project in numbers Initially we decide to replace 880 x 50W dichroic lamps and 20 x 100W AR111 down lighters with the 10W LED equivalents. Energy costs and carbon emissions before the project. (880 x 50w = 44 000W) = 44 Kw + (20 x 100W = 2000W) = 2Kw: Total = 46 Kw. 10 hours per day, 325 days per year: 3250 hrs. 46 x 3250: 149 500 KWh. Average rate = 8.6p per KWh Annual running cost £12 857 Annual carbon emissions 61 490 kgCO2
  44. 44. Energy costs and carbon emissions after the project. (880 x 10W = 8 800W) = 8.8 Kw + (20 x 40W) = 800W = 0.8Kw: Total = 9.6Kw 10 hours per day, 325 days per year: 3250 hrs. 9.6 x 3250: 31 200 KWh Average rate = 8.6p per KWh Annual running cost £2 683 Annual carbon emissions 12 298 kgCO2
  45. 45. Annual savings Annual electricity cost before project: £12 857 Annual electricity cost after project: £ 2 683 Cost saving: £10 174 Annual carbon emissions before project: 61 490 kgCO2 Annual carbon emissions after project: 12 298 kgCO2 Carbon Reduction: 49 192 kgCO2
  46. 46. Capital costs and Pay back period
  47. 47. • The new lamp cost was £18.74 x 900 = £16 866 • With an annual energy cost saving of £10 174 and a 5 year manufacturers guarantee we will see a saving of £50 870 over the 5 year life of the project. • The carbon emissions reduction over the same period is a significant 245 960kgCO2 (nearly a quarter of a million tons) over the life of the project. The lamps were fitted by our own electricians, so there was no additional labour cost or any disruption to the operation with this project. From the figures above we can see that the payback period was around 18 months, which fitted perfectly with what we wanted to achieve.
  48. 48. Conclusion & Future Initiatives • This project is on-going and we will be fitting more LED lamps over the coming closed seasons. • We have also replaced or are in the process of replacing all our air-conditioning units with the latest low energy units available on the market. • We try where possible to engineer sustainability into all our new projects by using the latest energy saving technology, sustainably produced products and the latest building and construction methods.
  49. 49. Although this was not a multi-million pound hi tech endeavour, this has been and continues to be an extremely viable cost effective initiative that delivers on all the criteria that we had hoped to achieve.
  50. 50. Other Environmental Initiatives We currently recycle glass, cardboard, plastics, office paper, all our WEEE. With the purchase of a bailing machine this summer , we will be able to bail all our cardboard and plastic, this enables us to sell this on to the highest bidder. We also sell on all our WEEE which includes computers and mobile phones (All data is erased and they are sold on with any profit going to our charity EITC) Waterless urinals are used throughout the stadium.
  51. 51. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME Richard Cairns Facilities Manager Everton Football Club Goodison Park Liverpool L4 4EL
  52. 52. • BIFM North & Midlands Regions "Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM“ Daniel O’Connor warp-it.co.uk
  53. 53. • How organisations can cut costs, waste and injury by reusing assets better.
  54. 54. Background Why reuse matters Demo
  55. 55. Why is this important?
  56. 56. WasteBerg- supply chain
  57. 57. Consumer goods generate a further 90% of waste during primary & secondary manufacture.
  58. 58. IT products… close to 4000 times weight!
  59. 59. Over half of your carbon emissions are supply chain related..
  60. 60. WasteBerg- internal
  61. 61.
  62. 62.
  63. 63. Purchase Orders cost £50 av in staff time No purchase orders on reused items!
  64. 64. So it is important to reuse where possible…
  65. 65. • Resource redistribution network for organisations
  66. 66.
  67. 67. ...creating a organisational, city, region or country wide sharing network.
  68. 68. Savings: UCL £22K 4 mths St Andrew’s £1K in 1st day Uni of London: £4K 1 mth Dundee CC; £75K 6 months Sunderland CC: 250K 30 months
  69. 69. • Council University Private sector School Third sector Business
  70. 70. Audit & Liability
  71. 71. Building clearance
  72. 72. Insert remind me button
  73. 73. Reduced injury, damage & hassle
  74. 74. FM Benefits: Reduces waste disposal costs Reduces injury risks Clears buildings even before the assets have stopped being used
  75. 75. Sustainability: Reduce supply chain impacts (CO2) Better use of existing resources Support 3rd sector
  76. 76. Twitter @danwasteman @WARPit_ LinkedIn; Daniel Bede O’Connor
  77. 77. Info @warp-it.co.uk
  78. 78. www.pop-up-foundation.org www.happycoffeebean.com paul.clarke@pop-up-foundation.org @popupfarm
  79. 79. Event Close Mark Whittaker BIFM North Region
  80. 80. BIFM – Getting the most from your membership
  81. 81. 3 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM BIFM Groups & Regions Regions > Events > Networking Special Interest Groups (SIG’s) – Catering & Hospitality – Charities – Education – Health & Safety – International – People Management – Procurement – Retail – Rising FMs – Security & Business Continuity – Sustainability – Women in FM – Workplace
  82. 82. 4 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM How do we support our members? •Providing members with learning, support and advice services to improve, extend and maximise their career opportunities within the FM industry. Professional Development •Members can share best practice and gain experience from different disciplines across the facilities management profession. Networking •We keep members up-to-date with the latest thinking in facilities management. This enables members to achieve their full potential and deliver the best of their ability. Information and Knowledge •Our clear membership grading structure provides pathways for anyone involved in FM at any stage of their career, which are recognised throughout the industry. Recognition and Industry Awareness
  83. 83. 5 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM BIFM in the North NW Groups: •Merseyside •Lancashire & Manchester NE Groups: •Tyne-Wear-Tees •West & North Yorkshire •South Yorkshire •Hull
  84. 84. 6 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM BIFM & Social Media @BIFM_UK @BIFM_North
  85. 85. 7 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM 2014 North Region events
  86. 86. 8 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Upcoming events in the region > 3 June – Merseyside Group – Edge Hill University > 14 July– HSE L8 Update – Leeds Metropolitan University > 11 September – Social Media Strategies – BBC Media City, Salford > 16 September – FM Careers Event, Sheffield Hallam University > 13 November – Collaborative Partnerships – BAE Systems, Salmesbury
  87. 87. 9 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM Contact Details – BIFM North Mark Whittaker Deputy Chair, North Region & NW Branch Chair E: mark.a.whittaker@intergral.co.uk M: 07764840694 T: @Whitbags Sue Gott Chair, North Region E: sue.gott@hallmark.com M: 07764 809783 T: @Mrsgotty Mick Anderson Deputy Chair, North Region & NE Branch Chair E: micheal.anderson@esh.uk.com M: 07713122164 T: @MandersFM
  88. 88. 10 | KLE – Driving the Sustainability Agenda in FM See you on 11th September at our BBC KLE

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