Since November 2005 the AV Department has been providing audio visual services and equipment to companies and organisations across Scotland and the UK for conferences, fund-raising events and entertainments.
There can be nothing greener, surely, than the power of human energy? Harnessing human effort, enthusiasm and positive thinking is the essence of Peachy Keen, a company based in old coaching stables in Kirkcaldy.
Few discussions with companies about their green credentials include the phrase “triple bottom line” and as Better World Books admits on their website it does sound a bit like dull management speak. In fact, it sums up the ethos of this unusual company very succinctly – it’s all about people, planet and profit.
Supplying hotels and catering establishments with fine quality fruit and vegetables 365 days a year means freshness is crucial and refrigerators are essential.
The project at former Fife colliery, Bowhill, to construct a fuel storage and processing depot and then run it to supply material for RWE npower renewables (RWE NRL) biomass CHP plant at Tullis Russell in Markinch could be described as the culmination of a personal and professional ambition for The Purvis Group. Commissioned by RWE npower renewables, which owns and operates the biomass plant, the development is a timely opportunity for the Lochgelly based Purvis Group to showcase its portfolio of companies and expertise.