Greener buildings and sustainability in construction

Sustainability in construction has become a key consideration within the sector and could play a vital role as part of the government’s 2050 zero carbon emissions target. Greener methods in relation to the construction supply chain, and the potential long-term EHS legislation to accommodate these, could prove to be a vital adjustment for the industry.


Discover the future of construction

Our white paper outlines the current environmental obstacles and how greener buildings can lead to sustainability in the construction industry. It investigates alternative green building construction methods and provides case studies of these practices from across the world. The paper also discusses how this approach can reduce CO2 emissions from the supply chain, and potential future EHS legislation. 

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Key takeaways

The role of green buildings in reducing carbon emissions

An overview of how this method of construction will affect the sector

Issues to address

The current environmental obstacles associated with the supply chain

Greener supply chain methods

Case studies that provide examples of greener alternatives and how they reduce CO2 levels

Potential EHS legislation

The government’s current plans and what could be introduced in the long term

How EHS compliance software can help

Cut down the time, effort and costing in finding, translating and interpreting global compliance obligations

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