In creating and maintaining the built environment we select and use a large volume of resources. The choices we make have a significant impact on people, organisations and the wider environment.
In this way we play our part in reducing risks, safeguarding natural resources, improving resource efficiency, reducing waste, saving money and stemming the loss of biodiversity.
An example of a Regional Sourcing Map that would typically be utilised when looking for products and services for a particular project in a particular place is available to download below. The sample uses HPW’s headquarters on the edge of the New Forest.