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Legionella: Do you know the risks of returning to an unused building?

The closure of public buildings has been a method used worldwide to reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, the prolonged closure of buildings may have unexpected implications for some.... 
 26 May 2020

Regulatory proposals fail to construct fabric-first solution

The Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government has launched a consultation on changes to Part L and Part F. But Paul Simpson, commercial director at Recticel Insulation, asks do the proposed changes go far enough?... 
 20 May 2020
David Holmes, founder of Boiler Guide

What could the COVID-19 rebuild strategy mean for UK's heating engineers

What does the government's 50-page document outlining a route back to normality mean for heating engineers asks David Holmes, founder of Boiler Guide. 
 20 May 2020
Mark Wilkins, head of training and external affairs at Vaillant

Infrastructure key to making hydrogen a reality

The industry has made encouraging progress in the development of hydrogen as one of the options for future low carbon heating, but the reality is that we still do not have the infrastructure to support wide scale deployment. Mark Wilkins, head of ... 
 11 May 2020
Jenny Smith, head of marketing at Vent-Axia

Ventilation plays critical role in reducing Covid-19 transmission

Vent-Axia has welcomed the Government’s Covid-19 press briefing on April 29 which cited ventilation as being critical in the fight against the virus.... 
 5 May 2020
Andy Green, technical director, Baxi Heating

Keep heating systems safe with preventative maintenance

Andy Green, technical director at Baxi Heating, offers advice on how to protect the heating system through a building lockdown... 
 17 Apr 2020
Dr Chris Ecob, global applications and solutions director, mlecular contamination control division at Camfil.

Preventing street level pollution by removing NO2 in Hong Kong tunnel

According to the United Nations Environment Programme, 92 per cent of people in the Asia-Pacific region are exposed to high level of air pollution that pose significant risk to health.... 
 18 Mar 2020

Construction and COVID-19

The construction industry has had a particularly difficult few years. So, the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, is another in a long line of challenges which the industry is now facing. That's according to experts at law firm Womble Bond Dickinson. 
 9 Mar 2020
Anders Sundvik, vice president of research and development for Camfil.

Reducing risk of viruses using high efficiency air filtration

A research team comprising of scientists from the United States, Canada and Spain reveals that more than 800 million viruses fall on every square metre of the planetary boundary layer (the lowest part of the atmosphere) every day. The risk of ... 
 27 Feb 2020
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