Paul Haycock, a Business Development manager with SUEZ Water Purification Technologies, discusses the latest water purification technologies for healthcare facilities.
Paul Haycock, a Business Development manager with SUEZ Water Purification Technologies, discusses some of the latest water purification systems and technologies for healthcare facilities, and explains how, for instance, technical solutions for reusing purified wastewater can ‘increase available resources at a lower cost, while reducing demand on natural water reserves’.
The race is on to arrest, halt, and reverse, climate change. At last, in many areas of industry, the question is no longer whether climate change is an existential threat, but how best to tackle it. With extreme climate events taking place vividly and disturbingly for all to see on news feeds across the world, businesses and governments are increasingly looking at how to make the quickest wins and the biggest changes in the fastest time, while also building into their infrastructures the capability to cut emissions for good. Even the oil giants are having to come into line – last year, a court in The Hague ordered Royal Dutch Shell to cut its global carbon emissions by 45% by the end of 2030 compared with 2019 levels, in a landmark case brought by Friends of the Earth and over 17,000 co-plaintiffs. Addressing climate change is no longer a choice – a nice-to-have option used for virtue signalling or appealing to shareholders and customers – it is becoming a necessity enshrined in law.
Aiming for Net Zero
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