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Frente a uma crise climática e acelerado por uma crise sanitária devido ao covid, empresas buscam cada vez mais transparência em relação aos indicadores ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) siglas para … Continue reading →
As eTool expands its presence globally, our staff also continue to develop and expand their professional skills and seek new challenges. Pat will be leaving eTool this month and we welcome David, Leonardo and two further staff members to the UK office. Continue reading →
Our vision is a fun and fulfilling future in balance with the planet. We’re on the lookout for people with a passion for the environment and who want to make a difference. This sales role requires initiative, autonomy, persistence and determination. A desire to make a big contribution to the low carbon future is important. Continue reading →
eTool has always taken quality seriously, from our earliest beginnings we actively sought feedback on our product and services and have embedded continuous improvement into our DNA. Earlier this year … Continue reading →
Our vision is a fun and fulfilling future in balance with the planet. Our business is committed to decarbonising the built form. eToolLCD is our SaaS product which is growing at 300% PA. It optimises the environmental performance of buildings & infrastructure. You will be developing eToolLCD. We are employing a software developer. Continue reading →
eTool has risen from humble beginnings to become a global force in low carbon design. This wouldn’t have been possible if we hadn’t taken the quality of our software seriously. The … Continue reading →
The Building Life Cycle Impact Reduction credit in version 1.2 has significant gaps outlined below, detailing why the B6 points cap and focus on other modules doesn’t work. eTool disagree … Continue reading →
The use of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is gaining greater recognition in sustainability assessment. An LCA credit is embedded as a core credit in the Green Star rating tools Design and As Built v1.2, Interiors v1.2 and Communities v1.1. Continue reading →
“Like smartphones, trialling a life cycle analysis will have you asking how you managed before”, says Rebecca Dracup, Sustainability Engineer at Wood and Grieve Engineeers. Green Building Council of Australia … Continue reading →
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