Millions of feminine hygiene products, nappies, and other hygiene waste currently sent to landfill by hospitals, GPs’ surgeries, care homes, and other healthcare organisations, can now be recycled to produce clean energy, according to PHS Group.
The Carbon and Energy Fund, with the backing and support of IHEEM and HefmA, will later this year launch a new guide to effective and proven carbon and energysaving technologies suitable for use by NHS hospitals.
HEJ reports on the ongoing £485 m scheme to redevelop and replace key buildings at Brighton’s historic Royal Sussex County Hospital – one of the largest Treasury-funded NHS projects in recent years.
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