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Key trends in energy transition

Key trends in energy transition

On 4 April, PEXE held the 10th National Green Business Forum, a cross between a business convention and a conference. Here, we look at the key trends identified by GreenUnivers and EY in the field of energy transition.

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Environmental health at the heart of concerns

Environmental health at the heart of concerns

Environmental health: a catalyst at Pollutec Water, air, food and the soil, but also workplaces, are all some of the many sources of human exposure to chemical and microbiological contaminants and physical agents, of which the effects on human health are becoming...

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Luxembourg mobilised at Pollutec 2018

Luxembourg mobilised at Pollutec 2018

A strong Luxembourg presence at the International Environment and Energy Exhibition At the 28th edition of Pollutec which was held from 27 to 30 November 2018, Luxembourg confirmed its role as a committed stakeholder in environmental issues by having a national...

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Environment resolutions for 2019

Environment resolutions for 2019

Which innovations at Pollutec 2018 can be useful in your everyday life? Each edition of Pollutec reveals numerous new innovations. As these are often associated with professionals and their specific requirements, it is sometimes overlooked that some of them can quite...

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Chemical risks in the workplace: what to do

Chemical risks in the workplace: what to do

Whether it is in a work-related context or not, exposure to chemicals is never a trivial matter. Some seemingly innocuous activities (storage and handling, for example), actually put personnel in contact with hazardous substances. Others, on the other hand, leave no...

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Textile recycling: the new standards

Textile recycling: the new standards

According to the figures, the average French person consumes 10 kilos of textiles, household linen and shoes per year (THS)! This represents 600,000 tons nationwide! It includes textiles which instead of being re-invented, are simply thrown away. Increase the volumes...

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Which low-carbon mobility in France?

Which low-carbon mobility in France?

Le secteur des transports représente aujourd’hui 23% des émissions de GES dans le monde. En France, ce taux est plus élevé : il atteint 28,5% des émissions nationales (chiffre 2014). Il est donc plus que jamais nécessaire de décarboner les transports. Mais dans ce domaine, la stratégie doit être globale…

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