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NAPIT launches microgeneration certification scheme

NAPIT has been approved to certify installers for electrical and heating microgeneration technologies and hopes to help them expand their skills to renewable energy. 
 10 Jul 2009

CIAT Ozonair appoints sales manager

CIAT Ozonair have appointed Mike Gwyer as sales manager for North West London with responsibility for selling the firm's air conditioning, heating, refrigeration, air handling and heat exchange products to consultants and engineers. 
 9 Jul 2009

Blacklist consultation seeks your views before August 18

Government is seeking your views on new regulations which will make it illegal for trade unionists to be denied a job because their name appears on a blacklist. 
 9 Jul 2009

Defra makes Quidos F-Gas company registration body

Defra has agreed to make Quidos an approved F-Gas company registration body and uncertificated acr firms are being urged to apply to the company now. 
 9 Jul 2009

Plumbing market down but upturn forecast

The UK market for plumbing products is set to reach £4,511M by 2013. 
 8 Jul 2009

Firms petition against EuPD threat to UK oil heating industry

The oil heating industry is urging government to reject EU proposals for a reduction in permitted levels of NOx emitted by central heating boilers from 250mg/kWh to as low as 35mg/kWh, fearing this would sound the deathknell for the sector. 
 8 Jul 2009

Gas Safe engineers battle ignorance but chief disputes claims

Gas Safe engineers say they use the Corgi name and branding to safeguard business because gas consumers still do not know workers must register on the Gas Safe scheme. 
 8 Jul 2009

Emcor launches brand building boost

Emcor Group (UK) has launched the first television and print advertising campaign in its 100-year history. 
 7 Jul 2009

Myson and sister firm's underfloor heating division merge

Heating manufacturer Myson has merged its underfloor heating business with its sister company Vogel & Noot to create one larger division called Myson Floortec. 
 7 Jul 2009

AmbiRad buys Benson Heating

The heating and ventilation manufacturer AmbiRad has bought warm air heating specialist Benson Heating, for an undisclosed sum. 
 6 Jul 2009

Firm demand brings new F-Gas training centre

F-Gas training provider Business Edge is establishing a new training centre to cope with demand for F-Gas compliance training and certification. 
 6 Jul 2009

Humidity Solutions has a new director

Lindsey Henderson, the former Walter Meier director for humidity sales, has joined Humidity Solutions as a company director. 
 3 Jul 2009

Balfour Beatty performs better in UK building sector this year

The Balfour Beatty group says its trading performance in the building sector is better than last year and that it is reaping the benefits of a 'high quality' order book. 
 3 Jul 2009

Firms' training grants cut by 10%

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Training grants have been cut by 10%, with effect from August 1, to ensure CITB-ConstructionSkills can keep giving funding to businesses as the recession deepens. 
 3 Jul 2009

Green Energy Bill moves on to Lords

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The Green Energy Bill, which seeks to define and promote green energy, has passed its third reading in the House of Commons. 
 3 Jul 2009

Have you got the S-Factor?

Never mind the X-Factor, HVAC individuals are gearing up to take part in the S-Factor hosted on day one of London HEVAR 2009, with sustainability the hot word on building services professional's lips. 
 2 Jul 2009

BIFM management changes announced

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has re-organised its management staff to better "weather the economic storm". 
 2 Jul 2009

Hamish hailed as new president for NSCC

The National Specialist Contractors' Council (NSCC) has elected Hamish MacGregor, managing director of MacGregor Flooring Company, as its new president. 
 1 Jul 2009

Local plumber is UK's favourite small business says study

Plumbers are Britain's favourite small business according to a study of 25,000 people carried out by the Institute of Customer Service. 
 1 Jul 2009

Red tape costs small construction firms £1.1 billion

Smaller businesses in the construction sector lose more than £1.1 billion every year because of government red tape, according to the Forum of Private Business (FPB). 
 1 Jul 2009
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