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Month in FM

New product and service launches and company news from the FM industry.

Green university opts for Escot energy sub-metering system

Escot, a clip-on sub-metering system by Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, is making easy work of monitoring the energy consumption of Manchester Metropolitan University's (MMU) environmentally friendly Crewe campus, in a drive to better inform the facility and its students about energy usage and enable it to further reduce its carbon footprint.

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Businesses at risk if fall protection testing not up to date

Too many businesses are being put at risk by not having their roof systems on their buildings tested and inspected regularly, reports Eurosafe Solutions, fall protection systems specialist.

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Alliance Boots partners with Interserve in major FM contract

Interserve, the international support services and construction group, has been awarded a five-year, total FM contract with Alliance Boots, the international, pharmacy-led health and beauty group.

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Take control of your business with just one Clik

A new business management tool is now available from specialist software developer, Clik, to help facilities managers service clients more efficiently.

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Living walls a realistic solution to UK PM10 problem

Local authorities must introduce new techniques and measures if we are to improve air quality across the UK says Sean Farrell of Living Walls company Mobilane.

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JLP enlists the aid of Weatherite for listed building

Weatherite Building Services (WBS) has fulfilled a contract to improve the heating system at Leckford Abbas, Manor House Hotel. Located in Hampshire, Leckford Abbas is a large manor house belonging to the John Lewis Partnership (JLP) and was built in 1900.

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Mustang hygiene solution showcases its barcode monitoring system

As a facilities manager, do you know exactly when your company washrooms have been serviced, and by whom? Are you confident that every soap dispenser has been filled, every sanitary bin emptied and every air freshener unit replaced, so your business creates the right impression? And does your current washroom service provider not only log the date and time of all of these actions, but email a sign-off document to you when the job has been completed?

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Saville signage for Bath Visitor Centre

Saville Audio Visual has supplied digital signage screens in the newly redesigned Bath Visitor Information Centre. Located on the ground floor of Abbey Chambers alongside the spa town's famous baths, the centre has become the second busiest in the country, welcoming around 535,000 visitors annually.

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Does one size really fit all?

Door closer specialist, Astra, is calling on the door and hardware industry and the architects that specify products to take a more realistic approach to selecting and sizing door closers. The company believes that the universal adherence to selecting a size three closer not only stifles innovation but also means that many doors are not actually complying with UK Building Regulations.

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Liaison Technologies puts O

Jack O'Neill has come a long way since opening the first ever surf shop on a Californian beach in 1952.  The iconic brand has become big business all over the world, especially in Europe where it operates as O'Neill Europe.

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