St Paul’s Square in Liverpool will be the venue for CBRE’s annual Environmental Awareness Day this year, which will take place on Friday 1st July from 11am until 2pm.
Enviro Live 2016 has been launched with a cycle/run/walk challenge to promote green travel, across CBRE managed buildings. Employees within buildings such as Royal Liver, St Paul’s Square and Castle Chambers sign up to cycle, run or walk when they would normally drive.
Many organisations will be promoting their latest green products and services at the event, including BMW, Audi, Nissan/Renault who will be showcasing new electric vehicles, Merseytravel, Chamber of Commerce, Urban Planters, Medi-Cash, Clearground and Hawk, and Merseyside Green Partnership.
The event is aimed at making positive improvements to the environment as well as providing financial savings by raising awareness of green travel, energy saving and recycling. There will be breakfast seminars from Merseytravel and Chamber of Commerce as well as seminars from RIBA /Nvirohaus and BIFM/Integral.
Andrew Willoughby, Director at CBRE, said: “We are delighted to be hosting this year’s event at St Paul’s Square in Liverpool. The annual event, which we hold to assist promoting good environmental practice in the buildings we manage in the city, remains a popular event with 500 visitors in attendance last year.
“We are also delighted to welcome for the first time Merseytravel and Chamber of Commerce who will host a breakfast seminar on “How to make your business Sustainable”. BIFM are returning to the event for the second year running and will host a seminar on updates on Environmental and Sustainability and Nvirohaus are presenting with RIBA on “Carbon Conscious Design”.