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Hygienic hot water at Council pool refurbishment

The swimming pool at Highgrove Leisure Centre in Ruislip has been recently upgraded to the latest standards including a new pool heating system supplied by Atlantic Boilers of Oldham. The Leisure centre has undergone a £5.5million refurbishment funded by London ...

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APT supports Aberdeen in providing more sustainable modes of transport

APT Technologies, a leading innovator in the delivery of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions, was chosen by Aberdeen City Council to install a range of different EV charging points across the city. These units supported the Council’s aim to reduce ...

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ABC Group becomes ABEC

The Automated Building Controls Group has changed to ABEC, which stands for Automated Building & Energy Controls. The change reflects the increasing importance of energy at the heart of building performance and the key role building controls have to play ...

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Big Energy Saving Week opportunity for business to make difference to ‘bottom lines’

A national campaign that brings together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is available in relation to their fuel bills is a big opportunity for businesses to look at their energy use and make a difference to their ...

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CSG slash waste treatment site energy costs

An evaluation of operating costs at Cleaning Service Group’s (CSG) flagship Cadishead hazardous waste processing site is enabling energy savings in excess of £120,000 per annum – equating to nearly 600 tonnes of CO2 – to be achieved. To identify ...

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Fernox to mark 50 years of innovation at Mostra 2014

This year at Mostra, Fernox will showcase its extensive range of traditional and renewable chemical water treatments, in what is its 50th year as a pioneering force within the heating industry. Fernox was the world’s first chemical water treatment company ...

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Free energy health check from ABEC

ABEC is addressing the energy efficiency of buildings head-on, by offering organisations a free energy health check. This will help to identify where potential investment could deliver the greatest returns in energy cost and carbon reductions. The health check is ...

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Global project to price up health & productivity benefits of green buildings

A major global project aiming to define the health and productivity benefits of green office buildings is being launched today by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC). The topic is rising up the global real estate sector’s agenda as organisations ...

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Baxi previews new products at this year’s Ecobuild (stand N1930)

Baxi will be exhibiting its range of commercial and domestic heating and renewable products at Ecobuild 2014, including some new ranges that are due to be launched later this year. Visitors to stand N1930 will be able to learn more ...

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Cofely, a GDF SUEZ company, awarded Carbon Energy Fund Framework contract at Rampton Hospital

Cofely, a GDF SUEZ company, has been awarded a Carbon Energy Fund framework contract by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust to construct, operate and maintain a new Energy Centre at Rampton Hospital in Nottinghamshire. Under the contract, Cofely will guarantee specified ...

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