APSE has set up a COVID-19 Information Hub to deal with frontline service issues as they arise; ensuring greater resilience and learning between each other during this difficult time.
With Fife Council declaring a Climate Emergency in September 2019, we spoke to Hugh Muschamp, programme manager in the Climate Change and Zero Waste team, about how Fife intends to deliver on its declaration.
Earlier this year, Telford and Wrekin Council took home the APSE Soft FM Green Innovation Award. Lorna Hicks, Catering Group Manager, and Kate Sumner, Cleaning Group Manager, outline the progress their services have made in helping to reduce the Council’s carbon footprint.
Paul O’Brien, APSE Chief Executive, argues councils need to step up to their role as place-shapers, stepping in where developers have withdrawn and looking much more pragmatically at actions to improve local town centres.
The first purpose built, fully integrated electric refuse collection vehicle built by an original equipment manufacturer in the UK will be undergoing trials in Oxford this week.
Andy Mudd, Head of APSE Solutions, offers a brief overview of the recent Underground Refuse Systems virtual briefing event on Tuesday 14 July.
The Telford-based AceOn Group - a pioneering energy storage and battery company has signed a new partnership - has been appointed an Approved Partner by APSE Energy.
Recently appointed parks manager at Halton Borough Council, Paul Boardman rose through the ranks having first joined the authority as a gardening apprentice. We interviewed Paul about his achievement, and what it says about the value of local authority apprenticeship schemes.
A report back on the APSE policy seminar exploring the future of our high streets and town centres.
AssetWorks, a leading provider of fleet and asset management software in the United Kingdom, announced their status as an APSE Approved Partner.