Category Archives: Carbon Management

Joule House or Green House?

Building on practices embedded in the 2014-15 Green Impact, colleagues in Joule House are taking further steps to create a big impact. Once home to the Salfordian physicist James Joule Prescott, the Joule House team is committed to preserving its

Joule House or Green House?

Building on practices embedded in the 2014-15 Green Impact, colleagues in Joule House are taking further steps to create a big impact. Once home to the Salfordian physicist James Joule Prescott, the Joule House team is committed to preserving its

Blackout 2017

On Friday 10th March staff and students gathered together to take part in the National Union of Students’ Blackout campaign. After a brief training session and donning their Blackout t-shirts, the volunteers split into teams and went to audit non-essential

Blackout 2017

On Friday 10th March staff and students gathered together to take part in the National Union of Students’ Blackout campaign. After a brief training session and donning their Blackout t-shirts, the volunteers split into teams and went to audit non-essential

Introducing our new team members!

A big welcome to new and existing staff and students here at the University of Salford. The Sustainability Team are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and hope that you are ready to get involved too! Gillian Wright joined

Introducing our new team members!

A big welcome to new and existing staff and students here at the University of Salford. The Sustainability Team are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and hope that you are ready to get involved too! Gillian Wright joined

Green Impact 2014/15 !

Welcome back staff and students to another big year at the University of Salford! The sustainability team have a number of exciting initiatives planned for this year including the university’s involvement in Green Impact for a second year. The team

Green Impact 2014/15 !

Welcome back staff and students to another big year at the University of Salford! The sustainability team have a number of exciting initiatives planned for this year including the university’s involvement in Green Impact for a second year. The team

Eddie Colman residents are the most switched OFF (now let’s party!)

Congratulations to students living in Eddie Coleman halls of residence who have won the 2013-14 Student Switch Off competition. They saved the most electricity per person over this academic year, reducing their consumption by 7% compared to previous years! Find

Eddie Colman residents are the most switched OFF (now let’s party!)

Congratulations to students living in Eddie Coleman halls of residence who have won the 2013-14 Student Switch Off competition. They saved the most electricity per person over this academic year, reducing their consumption by 7% compared to previous years! Find

The Green Machine steps up to Green Impact challenge

Guest post from Lauren Broderick (Sports Centre receptionist) “Here at the sports centre we have been working towards the silver award in the first year of taking part in the Green Impact project. The whole team have got behind the

The Green Machine steps up to Green Impact challenge

Guest post from Lauren Broderick (Sports Centre receptionist) “Here at the sports centre we have been working towards the silver award in the first year of taking part in the Green Impact project. The whole team have got behind the

Team Green Crescent: what Green Impact means to me

Green Crescent are ready to hit ‘submit’ on their Green Impact Bronze workbook. Progress dragged at first, but with the movement of the Governance Service Unit team into Estates H/Q came a new flush of enthusiasm and a well-stocked team.

Team Green Crescent: what Green Impact means to me

Green Crescent are ready to hit ‘submit’ on their Green Impact Bronze workbook. Progress dragged at first, but with the movement of the Governance Service Unit team into Estates H/Q came a new flush of enthusiasm and a well-stocked team.

Advancing towards a greener way of working

Guest post by Paul Butlin (Advancement Green Impact team, Faraday House) Over the past four months the Advancement team have been working towards Green Impact bronze award. We have found that making lots of small changes has really helped us

Advancing towards a greener way of working

Guest post by Paul Butlin (Advancement Green Impact team, Faraday House) Over the past four months the Advancement team have been working towards Green Impact bronze award. We have found that making lots of small changes has really helped us

Composting in your staff kitchen is easy!

The Green Crescent (Crescent House Green Impact team) are now turning their teabags and banana skins into compost to feed the university gardens, reducing the need to buy in compost and thus reducing financial and carbon costs. It’s very easy:

Composting in your staff kitchen is easy!

The Green Crescent (Crescent House Green Impact team) are now turning their teabags and banana skins into compost to feed the university gardens, reducing the need to buy in compost and thus reducing financial and carbon costs. It’s very easy:

Crush it and bin it: reduces carbon (and relieves stress!)

Moshe Kinn, Student Green Impact Coordinator for the Energy House, announces the following campaign: “We at the Energy Hub Green Impact Team would like to share with you our campaign to reduce our carbon emissions by helping to reduce the

Crush it and bin it: reduces carbon (and relieves stress!)

Moshe Kinn, Student Green Impact Coordinator for the Energy House, announces the following campaign: “We at the Energy Hub Green Impact Team would like to share with you our campaign to reduce our carbon emissions by helping to reduce the