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News Archive - June 2008

New president enters AREA 27 June 2008
The Air-conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (AREA) has voted for a new board headed up by new president Gerhard Neuhauser from the Austrian Association OEKKV.

UK hit daily by oil heating thefts 26 June 2008
Police are dealing with a growing number of oil heating thefts across the UK and are urging homeowners and businesses to secure their tanks.

HSE crackdown halts building work 26 June 2008
Work was halted on construction sites in Newcastle last week as part of a HSE crackdown on unsafe practices.

Henderson inspires youth to consider construction 25 June 2008

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A year 9 student was rewarded by Henderson Green for designing an eco-friendly building services layout for a classroom.

Senior Hargreaves opens South Coast ductshop 25 June 2008
Ductwork manufacturer Senior Hargreaves has opened a ductwork trade depot in Eastleigh to cater to HVAC contractors in Portsmouth, Southampton and surrounding towns.

Credit crunch bites MJ Gleeson 25 June 2008
Building giant MJ Gleeson is scaling down its operations in the south of England and will make job cuts in response to the 'worsening impact' of the credit crunch on the group.

Worthington homes raided by fraud squad 24 June 2008
Dawn raids on homes belonging to Mark Worthington and his father Peter have been carried out by the Serious Fraud Office.

HVR petitions Brown for CHP subsidy 23 June 2008
Heating and Ventilating Review would like you to support a campaign for a change in the way government subsidises combined heat and power (CHP) engines.

Wolseley's shows off sustainable building centre 20 June 2008
Construction materials distributor Wolseley has unveiled its sustainable building center which showcases around 300 green technologies sold by the group.

Stokvis puts energy into solar thermal 19 June 2008
Boiler supplier Stokvis Energy Systems has entered the solar thermal panel market with its range of solar panels manufactured by Riomay.

Boss customers get 100 days of gratitude 18 June 2008
BSS Industrial customers will be showered with gifts for 100 days as a firm thank you for their contribution to the success of the company's BOSS brand which celebrates its centenary this year.

HSE picks Capita as gas scheme provider 18 June 2008
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) today announced Capita as its preferred bidder to provide a new gas installer registration scheme.

Virtual house guides plumber training 17 June 2008
Plumbers and gas engineers can train on a virtual house designed to guide them through NVQ level II in Plumbing and Gas.

Irish eyes on Bioenergy 2008 16 June 2008
More than 15,000 people are expected to attend Ireland’s Bioenergy 2008 on June 19.

Course Shields managers from asbestos risk 16 June 2008
Shield Environmental Services is to hold free asbestos awareness courses for senior managers and directors to highlight the dangers posed by the UK’s legacy of asbestos use.

President of IPHE elected 16 June 2008
Colin Stainer has been elected as the National President of the Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (IPHE).

Queen honours SummitSkills chief 16 June 2008
SummitSkills’ chief executive Keith Marshall has been named in the 2008 Queen’s Birthday Honours list and appointed an OBE (Officer of Order of the British Empire), in recognition of his contribution to skills.

July 1 deadline sparks more 17th Edition courses 13 June 2008
Electrical contractors, heating engineers and others keen to learn about the 17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations, coming into force in July 2008, can attend ELECSA's free sessions.

FG Eurofred to raise direct sales of Fujitsu 12 June 2008
FG EUROFRED is looking to increase direct sales of Fujitsu air conditioning equipment in the UK, according to new sales director Tony Gittings.

Is C&BE diploma on the Ball? 12 June 2008
Five new diplomas are being hailed by Children's Secretary Ed Balls, as offering 14-19 year olds an insight into the 'world of work' but those taking the construction diploma this September will not have to set foot on a building site to graduate.

Balfour Kilpatrick makes green move 12 June 2008
M&E construction firm Balfour Kilpatrick, is relocating its head office, projects unit and Scotland West operations to a greener building.

Cutting maintenance budgets puts staff at risk 11 June 2008
Customers keen to cut costs shouldn’t cut corners on service and maintenance says Eaton Williams which fears such action will result in plant failures.

Kem stay competitive with regional branches 09 June 2008
M&E supplier Kem Edwards opened branches in Bristol and Manchester in June as part of its £2m investment programme.

Firm must take the fall and pay £6,100 09 June 2008
A man was put in a coma for two weeks after falling at work while trying to remove an extractor fan.

Plumb Center celebrates training milestone 06 June 2008
Plumb Center, Wolseley's specialist plumbers merchant, is celebrating the success of its 2000th online trainee.

New Green Guide available online 06 June 2008
A new version of the Green Guide is now available online giving designers and specifiers guidance on how to make better environmental choices when selecting construction materials and components.

Job hunters prefer human not mouse touch 03 June 2008

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Contract workers prefer the human touch to the touch of a mouse when it comes to finding a new job.

LG hires Hendra as head of air-conditioning 02 June 2008
LG has appointed Graham Hendra as general manager of its air conditioning division, with immediate effect.