UK pump rental company Selwood is reinforcing its dedication to environmental accountability through a partnership with the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
Launched in 2012, the Supply Chain Sustainability School is a free studying collaboration for the built setting sector.
The partnership gives Selwood’s teams entry to thousands of on-line studying resources on sustainability, administration, offsite, digital, procurement and lean development topics.
“Working in partnership with our client base we’re committed to making sure that the equipment and options we offer are each sustainable and accountable,” said Richard Brown, CEO of Selwood. “We believe that partnering with the Supply Chain Sustainability School won’t only improve our understanding of sustainability but make sure that we are ready to proceed to add worth to our shoppers in supporting them in attaining their own environmental accountability aims.
Ian Heptonstall, director of the Supply Chain Supply Chain Sustainability School, stated: “The sector is dealing with main challenges in the drive to “build again better” and The School is an enabler of the transformative change wanted by way of the collaboration of Selwood alongside our other companions.”
The partnership is a part of Selwood’s ongoing work to embrace sustainability wherever attainable. xp2i makes use of hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) as an optionally available different to diesel throughout its pump range, alongside the use of electric engines. Selwood has additionally developed distant telematics expertise to enable clients to monitor and minimise the gasoline consumption of its pumps by decreasing idling instances and pointless refuelling journeys.
The firm additionally makes use of electrical autos in its fleet wherever attainable and presents greener options the place acceptable, for instance by using gravity-fed siphoning systems as an different choice to powered overpumping.