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How the foodservice industry can save £114m a year

21 March 2013

Carbon Trust’s catering equipment energy calculator software, developed in association with CESA, aims to cut emissions by 566,000 CO2e tonnes A new software tool will tell caterers how much energy they use, and how much they could save by changing equipment and improving working practices.  The Lifecycle Carbon Calculator has been developed by the Carbon Trust in association with CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association.  The work has been funded by DEFRA; the FCSI and CEDA have also been involved...

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Sustainability IS Sustainable

12 December 2012

CESA research highlights positive attitude to sustainability and a desire for common energy rating standard for catering equipment Catering suppliers believe that sustainability will deliver a major boost to business in the next three years, according to research conducted by CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association. However, there is a growing need for a common standard to benchmark energy savings, to make it easier for end users to understand the benefits. 

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The CESA Conference 2012 in association with the FCSI and BHA, 16 November

5 December 2012

Industry Focuses on Sustainability, Employment & Innovation This year’s conference, held at Whittlebury Hall near Towcester, had a theme of ‘A Platform for Growth.’  As well as enjoying a high quality speaker platform, several delegates took advantage of local amenities including golf at Whittlebury Hall itself and rallying at nearby Silverstone.  The conference was rounded off at the Gala Dinner in the Brooklands Suite on the Friday night. 

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CESA Offers A Platform For Growth:

3 October 2012

The CESA Conference 2012, in association with the BHA and the FCSI November 15th – 16th, Whittlebury Hall, Towcester, Northants. The theme of this year’s CESA conference is A Platform for Growth. The economic situation is a curate’s egg for many caterers and suppliers: good in parts.  On the one hand, for many businesses the recession, though painful, has made less impact than expected, with the London Games playing a part.  On the other, public sector cuts and slow growth...

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Winning: Tourism, Economics & Business

19 September 2011

CESA Conference 2011, in association with the FCSI and BHA The Oxford Belfry, 10 – 11 November 2011 CESA has announced an impressive line-up of speakers for its 2011 Conference.  With a theme focused on winning business, highlights will include Lord Digby Jones, the face of British business, shooting from the hip on the need for fundamental reform: “If Britain doesn’t become fit for purpose in the 21st century, we are dead in the water.”  Another conference coup is the...

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