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  • It’s time to recognise air pollution as an occupational health hazard

    By Sarah on May 20, 2019
    British Safety Council’s report makes the case for urgent action on the impact of air pollution on outdoor workers. The British Safety Council has launched a report ‘Impact of air pollution on the health of outdoor workers’ which provides compelling evidence to recognize ambient air pollution as an occupational health hazard in Britain. In the report, the charity presents the […]
  • Catapulting new companies into the world of smart heating & cooling

    By Sarah on May 17, 2019
    The Energy Systems Catapult’s Smart Heating & Cooling event staged in Birmingham last week confirmed that in the UK there are a wide range of companies offering innovative heating and cooling solutions, including solar thermal generation, energy storage (including thermal storage), heat pump technology, heat networks and heating as service offerings. BSRIA’s Senior Analyst and smart expert, Henry Lawson, gave […]
  • BESA mourns ‘gentleman’ president Graham Manly

    By Sarah on May 16, 2019
    The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has paid tribute to its former President Graham Manly OBE, who died last week. The Association said he was “an absolute gentleman and unifying figure, who leaves a huge legacy and whose death will be mourned right across the building engineering sector”. A hugely popular and widely respected doyen of the building services industry, […]
  • New CPDs on system fluid conditioning from Spirotech

    By Sarah on May 15, 2019
    Spirotech, the HVAC system protection and water conditioning specialist, has developed two new CPD presentations for consultants and design engineers. The CPDs cover ‘Deaeration and Dirt Separation Techniques’ and ‘Understanding Pressurisation Design, Installation and Implementation’. Rob Jacques, National Key Accounts and Technical Sales Manager for Spirotech, said: “Water is the cheapest commodity in any system but when allowed to deteriorate […]
  • BSRIA extends scope of its UKAS accreditation for hot water heat pumps testing

    By Sarah on May 13, 2019
    BSRIA has successfully extended the scope of its UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation to include testing of domestic hot water heat pumps in accordance with BS EN 16147:2017. BSRIA provides testing of domestic hot water heat pumps to determine thermal performance and provide test results suitable for applications including the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), Heat Pump Keymark and the […]
  • BCIA Awards winners revealed

    By Sarah on May 13, 2019
    The winners of the 2019 Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards were announced at an exclusive ceremony and gala dinner on 09 May at the swanky Hilton Birmingham Metropole Birmingham. Multi-award winning comedian and writer Holly Walsh hosted this year’s distinguished awards which saw not only a record number of entries but also a record number of guests. Anyone who […]
  • How to beat stress and keep the mind healthy

    By Sarah on May 13, 2019
    British Safety Council launches wellbeing videos with exercises and advice to help workers beat stress and maintain good mental health. As we enter Mental Health Awareness Week (13 – 19 May), it is still true to say that mental health is considered the poor relation of physical health. Too many people are suffering in silence while at work. The British […]
  • Xylem invites water challenges on board its demo van at Water Equipment Show 2019

    By Sarah on May 10, 2019
    Global water solutions and technology provider Xylem is inviting delegates of the Water Equipment Show 2019 to visit its brand new demo van stand and discuss their most challenging water issues. The event will be presented by Pump Centre at the Telford International Centre on 16 May and is themed ‘Pumping & Pumping Systems – A New Horizon?’. As one […]
  • Green electricity for more affordable hydrogen

    By Sarah on May 10, 2019
    Research platform with optimised electrolyzer up and running at commercial power-to-gas plant. Hydrogen sourced from green electricity can increase the share of renewables in the transportation sector and reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxide emissions. There is a catch, though – green gas production is still too expensive. The Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW) and its […]
  • Business leader Jim Pridham becomes new ECA President

    By Sarah on May 8, 2019
    Highly respected businessman and electrical engineer Jim Pridham of JR Pridham Services Limited, has become ECA President. Pridham began his electrical training in the Royal Navy, where he held various roles as an electrical mechanic on ships and submarines between 1971 and 1978. Pridham finished his time in the Navy as a leading ordnance electrical mechanic and went on to […]

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