Jamie Hall has been appointed energy & sustainability director at ISS UK’s Sustainability division.
Hall was previously operations director at Mitie Energy.
ISS Sustainability provides an environmental outsourcing solution covering sustainability, energy, carbon and waste to complement ISS’s integrated FM services.
The group’s sustainability strategy is to transform clients’ workplaces to zero-carbon spaces within the next decade. ISS’s commitment to self-delivery and the IFS (integrated facility services) model means it has ‘boots on the ground’ in client organisations and so the ability to deliver sustainable workplace improvement programmes and implement sustainable innovation.
Ian Baxter, managing director of ISS Sustainability, said: “Our corporate clients have made commitments to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and science-based targets (among others), but need help to achieve their ambitions. We’ve advised corporate clients for many years in the delivery of sustainable workspaces as part of our full FM service, but Jamie’s appointment is part of a wider agenda to ensure we can continue to be the partner of choice in this arena.”
Hall said: “The next decade is critical in the global challenge to tackle the impacts of climate change. Our mission is to support clients on that journey. The responsibilities for ISS Sustainability are twofold; firstly, we provide expertise and advice to help clients shape their sustainability strategy, and secondly, we can then provide and manage the solutions that deliver their ambitions.”
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