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Hibernia Reit invests in sustainability

The property company is progressing its sustainability strategy, making it central to operations

29th March, 2020
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Neil Menzies, the new sustainability manager for Hibernia Reit.

In a move that makes it one of the first commercial property firms in the country to have a designated management position specifically responsible for sustainability, Hibernia Reit has appointed Neil Menzies as its sustainability manager. As such, Menzies will be responsible for advancing the company’s existing sustainability strategy.

That includes working to reduce energy consumption and water usage across Hibernia’s property portfolio and improving waste management and recycling systems. He will also...

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