Surrender or resurgence? Interserve battles with 'audacious' emissions goal

Madeleine Cuff
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Latest data shows construction and services giant faces a steep challenge to hit 2020 carbon and water reduction targets - head of sustainability Tim Haywood reveals a rethink may be on the cards

When Tim Haywood, head of sustainability and finance director at Interserve, recites to BusinessGreen a list of the company's business activities, it is hard to keep up. The scope of Interserve's business...

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