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Government response to Future Home Standard welcomed

Kensa Group has welcomed the Government’s response to the recent Part L Future Homes Consultation published on January 19, which states that from 2025, no new homes will be built with fossil fuel heating such as a natural gas boiler.... 
 22 Jan 2021

Updated CIBSE Code of Practice key to future of heat networks – Rehau

The publication of the new CIBSE/ADE CP1 (2020) Heat Networks Code of Practice is a welcome step in increasing the uptake and quality of design, installation and operation of low-carbon heat networks in the UK, says polymer pipework specialist REHAU.... 
 22 Jan 2021

New engineering services alliance to champion change

The multi-billion pound UK engineering services sector is launching a major new industry alliance of eight organisations on 10 February.... 
 21 Jan 2021

CIPHE highlights green target consultation

The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) has called on installers involved with energy efficiency of non-domestic buildings to make their voices heard in a consultation running until April.... 
 20 Jan 2021

CIBSE updates heat networks code of practice

A major update to CIBSE's Heat Networks Code of Practice provides extensive guidance for the design, installation and, critically, the ongoing performance monitoring of district heating systems.... 
 20 Jan 2021
Airedale

AC firm invests £1m in plant equipment

A UK-based air conditioning business has bucked the trend of 2020 with significant capital and headcount investment and a predicted end of year of forecast that shows continued and substantial growth.... 
 20 Jan 2021

BCIA boosts management committee

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has added two new members to its management committee.... 
 20 Jan 2021

3,000 press ups for charity

A determined Baxi project manager has completed 3,000 press ups in just under 10 hours, raising £1,200 for Teenage Cancer Trust.... 
 19 Jan 2021

IAQ key to restoring faith in public buildings

A leading ventilation specialist has warned that improving indoor air quality (IAQ) must be an immediate priority, in order to restore faith in the safety of public buildings.... 
 19 Jan 2021

Trane hosts decarbonisation roundtable

Trane will host a free virtual roundtable discussion tomorrow in partnership with organisations and public stakeholders who share the common aspiration of fighting Climate Change.... 
 19 Jan 2021
BESA’s head of technical Graeme Fox

Brexit could help drive out rogue installers

The UK’s departure from the EU creates an opportunity to finally deal with the rogue operatives who continue to plague the refrigeration and air conditioning sector, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).

The UK will continue to mirror the rules set by the European F-Gas regulations to drive reductions in harmful emissions from refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, but Brexit gives it the freedom to go further by setting up a national register of individual operatives. 

 18 Jan 2021

Act now on safety or face shutdown, says BESA

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has warned that the construction sector risks being shut down if contractors fail to follow safety measures in the face of rising COVID-19 transmission rates.... 
 18 Jan 2021

Insurers call for improved ventilation safety

The need to improve standards of ventilation hygiene to reduce the risk of fires in catering establishments has been highlighted by property insurers.

The industry specification TR19 Grease, developed and managed by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA),  and its supporting Vent Hygiene Elite (VHE) Scheme have been designated as best practice by the RICSAuthority the body that carries out research on behalf of insurers to safeguard building occupants and reduce the risk of damage to properties.

Its latest guidance reminds property managers of the need to use verifiably competent ventilation hygiene contractors to maintain their kitchen extract systems to reduce the likelihood of fires starting and being spread by the build-up of flammable grease deposits in ductwork. 

 15 Jan 2021
Jürgen Albig has joined the AMCA board

Ziehl-Abegg director joins AMCA board

Jürgen Albig, Ziehl-Abegg director, has been appointed to the executive board of the Air Movement and Control Association International (AMCA).... 
 15 Jan 2021
Vaughan Hart, managing director of the Scottish Building Federation

Call for industry to play its part during tough lockdown measures

The Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has echoed calls for the industry to “play its part” during lockdown and has urged workers to keep following vital health and safety guidance.... 
 15 Jan 2021
Swiftclean

Swiftclean appoints business development manager

Swiftclean has appointed Mark Wilkinson as its new business development manager serving the North East of England.... 
 14 Jan 2021
Albion

Albion’s growth demands new role

Valve specialist, Albion Valves UK, has appointed Steven Bedford as warehouse manager – a new role within the company – due to increasing workloads and continued business growth.... 
 13 Jan 2021

Webinar on compliance with new metering regulations

District heating suppliers can find out how to comply with major updates to the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations at a free webinar next Tuesday.... 
 13 Jan 2021

Partnership to distribute low GWP refrigerant

Honeywell and Daikin Chemical Europe have announced an agreement to distribute Honeywell’s Solstice L40X (R-455A) lower-global-warming potential (LGWP) refrigerant to comply with stringent EU regulations for environmentally preferable refrigerants.... 
 13 Jan 2021

Air purification frustrates airborne viruses

Businesses now have the chance to improve the indoor air quality of their premises thanks to a technology that has the potential to remove airborne virus particles from the air, supporting the safe reopening of offices and businesses for staff and ... 
 12 Jan 2021
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