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AFES Chief Operating Officer (COO) Nazar Abdul Raof. Alam Flora Environmental Solutions Sdn Bhd (AFES) is primed to increase its involvement in projects towards achieving the country’s agenda through its Asset Facility Management (AFM) business. AFM is one of the company’s core business activities, consisting of hard services namely mechanical and electrical (M&E) as well
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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HSBC Bank USA, N.A., (HSBC), part of the HSBC Group, today announced that it is offering Sustainability-Linked Loans (SLL) that will enable U.S businesses to tie their borrowing to activities that support a more sustainable, resilient and prosperous world. HSBC SLLs are available in a variety of corporate loans and credit facilities, with
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The town of Cox’s Bazar in southeastern Bangladesh struggles to provide reliable power to its residents and more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees hosted in informal camps and spontaneous settlements. To improve the living conditions of the affected population and its environmental performance, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been looking at alternative power sources
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Green cleaning is increasingly important in the eyes of the public according to new research from Whittaker, a company that specializes in low-moisture carpet cleaning. The survey, conducted online on Whittaker’s behalf by The Harris Poll found that half of Americans believe commercial facilities like hotels, long-term care facilities, airports, retail stores and more should
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Published 5 minutes ago Submitted by Ray C. Anderson Foundation Photo courtesy of Spintex Engineering The Biomimicry Institute has announced the top 10 nature-inspired startups to compete for the 2021 Ray of Hope Prize, a transformational program designed to help startups cross a critical threshold in scaling their sustainable solutions. Ten Nature-Inspired Companies Advancing Sustainable
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SIMI VALLEY, California — The World Health Organization estimates that one out of three people do not have access to clean water. The fast fashion industry contributes to this problem. The United Nations Environmental Protection Agency (UNEP) found that “the fashion industry uses 93 billion cubic meters” of water yearly, “enough water for five million
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