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Altecnic appoints new manager

Paul Massyn will joined plumbing equipment manufacturer Altecnic as general office manager in the new year.
Altecnic appoints new manager
The firm has supplied thermostatic and pressure control valves, pressure vessels, flues and other specialist equipment, to the UK's plumbing market for the past 18 years.

Many of their product lines are UK market leaders and can be found in buildings such as the Gherkin aka the Swiss Re Tower in London.

Altecnic is based at Hixon in Staffordshire and has 68 employees.

Paul has worked in the plumbing and heating industry for more than thirteen years and will leave his residence in South Africa to take up his new post.

Altecnic also revealed its new corporate identity at the start of November. Managing Director Stuart Gizzi said 'We wanted our corporate image to evolve, in exactly the same way that we have grown our business'.
21 November 2007


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£1.8 billion awarded to boost efficiency in homes and public buildings

Schools and hospitals and more than 115,000 homes across England are to get upgrades to improve their energy efficiency as the Government announces the allocation of nearly £2 billion in funding.

The Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund and Home Upgrade Grant are collectively worth £1.4 billion, which will be used to fund energy-saving measures ranging from loft insulation to new windows. An additional £1.1 billion in match funding for social housing provided by local authorities, providers of social housing and charities will bring the total investment to £2.5 billion to upgrade social and private homes in England. 


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