Environmental and Sustainability

Australasia joins $1.5 billion surge towards revolving doors to enhance energy sustainability and security

Australia and New Zealand are joining a worldwide trend that is expected to see sales of revolving doors globally expand to more than $A1.5 billion ($NZ 1.6 billion) by 2028, in response to climate change, energy efficiency and integrated security needs. “These doors are energy-efficient and help reduce the loss of heating or cooling of …

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LAPP steps up local access to globally tested low-smoke zero halogen cabling as concerns grow about toxic fire threats

Global cable systems technology leader LAPP has radically stepped-up availability in Australia of internationally proven ranges of low-smoke, flame-retardant, zero halogen cabling systems in response to rising awareness of risks to life and property from toxic fumes.  LAPP Australia General Manager Mr Simon Pullinger says the new move to comprehensively expand stocking of the low smoke halogen-free types of its top selling OLFLEX®, UNITRONIC® and ETHERLINE® ranges comes in response to strong Australian demand.  LAPP now offers the widest range of purpose-designed low-smoke halogen-free cables in …

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World Heritage Lord Howe sets a pristine environmental example with future-focussed wastewater, recycling and sustainability initiatives

An Australian island already noted for its exceptional environmental foresight is taking further major steps to advance its clean, green protection of its precious World Heritage listed natural assets. Lord Howe Island – just 11km long, averaging about 2km wide, with peaks rising to Mt Gower’s 880m – is working towards EPA approvals, flora and …

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Virus removal technology neutralises multiple airborne aerosol health risks to workers, guests and travellers in isolation as Australasia opens borders

An air filtration system trusted by major global hospitality chains is being introduced to Australasia to help to help overcome clean air challenges in accommodation and shared facilities, including airborne viruses, bacteria, allergens and other health risks to workers, guests and travellers, including those in quarantine. The EnviroKlenz® Air System Plus combines ultraviolet UVC germicidal …

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