Facility Management

HOW VICINITY CENTRES ACHIEVED A 4 STAR GREEN STAR RATING

Sustainable practice has become an increasingly hot topic across all aspects of Australian life. Where once we turned off the light when leaving a room for the sake of our electricity bill, now our responsibility can be measured on a global scale.

For those of us operating commercial facilities, that responsibility is greatly amplified. In Australia, non-residential buildings are responsible for 10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions1, 7.7 percent of final energy consumption2, 10 percent of water consumption3 and 49 percent of waste4. The need to ensure our facilities are efficient and sustainable is growing, as is scrutiny of our efforts.

It’s critical, therefore, for facility managers to have

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