EEF refocuses on sustainability
Manufacturers' body EEF is to refocus its environmental service to incorporate a wider sustainability agenda and has appointed James Wyse to a new role of national sustainability lead.Wyse, previously a climate and environment consultant at the organisation, said that the new service would be much more outward-facing and consider longer-term issues to help manufacturers focus on up
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