Selwood companions with the Supply Chain Sustainability School

UK pump rental firm Selwood is reinforcing its dedication to environmental responsibility via a partnership with the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
Launched in 2012, the Supply Chain Sustainability School is a free studying collaboration for the built surroundings sector.
Pattern gives Selwood’s groups access to thousands of on-line learning sources on sustainability, management, offsite, digital, procurement and lean building matters.
“Working in partnership with our shopper base we’re dedicated to making sure that the gear and solutions we offer are both sustainable and accountable,” said Richard Brown, CEO of Selwood. “We imagine that partnering with the Supply Chain Sustainability School is not going to solely improve our understanding of sustainability but ensure that we will continue to add value to our purchasers in supporting them in achieving their own environmental accountability aims.
Ian Heptonstall, director of the Supply Chain Supply Chain Sustainability School, said: “The sector is dealing with major challenges in the drive to “build again better” and The School is an enabler of the transformative change needed via the collaboration of Selwood alongside our other companions.”
The partnership is part of Selwood’s ongoing work to embrace sustainability wherever attainable. The firm already makes use of hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) as an optional alternative to diesel throughout its pump range, alongside the usage of electrical engines. Selwood has also developed remote telematics know-how to enable clients to observe and minimise the gas consumption of its pumps by lowering idling instances and pointless refuelling journeys.
The company additionally uses electric automobiles in its fleet wherever possible and presents greener options the place applicable, for example through the use of gravity-fed siphoning systems as a substitute for powered overpumping.
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