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Month in FM

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

The art of air curtains at Roca Gallery

The Roca London Gallery has been designed by Zaha Hadid Architects to complement the hallmarks of global bathroom brand Roca's identity - design, innovation, sustainability and wellbeing. M&E engineer Max Fordham was tasked with specifying the air curtains to fit seamlessly into the reception space and chose three 1.5m electric Windbox air curtains from JS Air Curtains.

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JS Air Curtains top the bill at BFI IMAX

The aesthetic design and controllability of the Rund air curtain from JS Air Curtains makes it top of the bill at the BFI IMAX cinema, London, whose reception and caf_

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Dulux Dog starts the dig as work gets underway at AkzoNobel

Work on a new

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BaxterStorey signs up to voluntary deal for business waste

BaxterStorey, the UK's largest independent food service provider, has signed up to the Hospitality and Food Service Agreement launched by WRAP, on behalf of government, to cut waste within the sector.

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The Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) Scheme, which is part of the government's programme to manage climate change, gives businesses tax relief for investments in equipment that meets energy-saving criteria.

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Running costs down

PKL, the leading portable kitchen and catering equipment hire specialist, serves the world from its base in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The company supplies catering facilities to high profile events including the Olympics, Commonwealth and the Asian Games. Wherever you find catering facilities, from feeding thousands of athletes at major sporting events and soldiers in Afghanistan down to music festivals, hospitals, schools, prisons and care homes, the chances are PKL has supplied them.

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Wincanton records management welcomes new EU proposal

Wincanton Records Management welcomes the European Union's recent proposal to reform the 1995 Data Protection Directive. The proposal aims to boost Europe's digital economy in a move which will strengthen Europe's online privacy rights and bring the Directive in line with digital and technological advances.

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CSG steps up copper recovery programme

A process to remove corrosive chloride ions from metal bearing liquid wastes containing copper chloride enabling recovery by electrolysis has been developed by waste treatment specialist Cleaning Service Group (CSG). A major source of the waste is from the printed circuit board manufacturing industry where it is widely used as an etchant.

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Poor communication is biggest time waster for facilities managers

Poor communications waste more facilities managers' time than being stuck in traffic, according to a new study. New research among facilities managers, heating engineers, plumbers and electrical contractors and shows poorly managed communications are quickly piling up to waste valuable time.

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Health and safety manager appointed for Comserve

The Comserve Group, technical facilities services and energy management specialist, has announced the appointment of Kevin Cheek to the position of health & safety manager.

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