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EDITOR’S VOICE TOMORROW’S TOMORROW’S F A CI LI T I E S MANAGEMENT


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mark@opusbm.co.uk Hello and welcome to the September issue of Tomorrow’s FM.


A new wave of sustainability-conscious consumers are pushing companies to recycle more. According to British information, data and measurement firm Nielsen, 81% of the public at large feel strongly that companies should help improve the environment. Indeed, just last month, FMJ and Grundon Waste Management revealed that 94% of respondents to their waste management survey were experiencing a pressure in their organisation to improve its environmental credentials. Of course, ensuring businesses become more


sustainable doesn’t solely fall on their ability to recycle as much as it they can, but it certainly plays a large part.


The UK would do well to look across borders for influence in this domain, as my colleague Martin Wharmby investigates in our Recycling & Waste Management feature this month. Martin took a look at the exemplary


Japanese village of Kamikatsu, which has gone above and beyond in its quest to eliminate waste altogether.


At the Facilities Show in June, I had a lengthy and insightful chat with Barry Registered in England & Wales No: 06786728


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Tuckwood, a Chartered Engineer and Management Consultant. He explained to me that many years ago he had the sudden realisation that there was a


better way of harnessing IT to improve what we do in construction. He wrote a paper for the international conference CivilComp 1989, and said he was


met with the same barriers then that still exist today: trust, sharing and real collaboration – at the heart of which was a need to change the industry’s culture. Enthused by everything he had to say, I asked him to write a piece


for the month’s Construction & BIM feature. Head over to page 26 to find out about Barry’s vision for the future.


Elsewhere in the issue we delve into the ever-popular Cleaning sector, where Lee Andrews, CEO of DOC Cleaning, looks at how a ‘one team’ approach to contract cleaning can deliver added value for clients. We also have a


contribution from Tork manufacturer Essity about changing washrooms in schools to make them safer, more accessible and more user-friendly.


I’m sure you’ll agree, there’s plenty of great content to get stuck into until the next issue.


EDITOR’S VOICE


Ryan Lloyd, Editor FOLLOW US ON TWITTER OR TWEET US https://twitter.com/TomorrowsFM @TOMORROWSFM


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