The Independent Review of Building Regulations launched following the Grenfell Tower fire has demanded radical regulatory reform of how buildings are designed, built and maintained, with the government committing to seek advice on how best to ensure “meaningful” change.
Refcom has welcomed recent findings from parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) that are critical of the country’s progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fucntions such as cooling.
Dearman and Unilever have partnered together to trial a zero emission transport refrigeration unit (TRU) for the first time in Europe. Both companies have claimed that the trials show clear benefits of the technology in reducing carbon emissions over a diesel system.
Research from Prompt Payment Directory shows mental impact as well as financial impact
Distributor FSW has announced that all 24 of its branches in the UK have been classified as ‘Refcom Approved Digital Scales Calibration Check Centres’.
Free morning event promises to tackle issues from refrigerant choice to recycling, as Daikin joins sponsor roster
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) is calling for member feedback over the potential impacts of Brexit on a number of key topics such as the complexity of their supply and value chains, as well as the current extent of exports and imports to and from other member states.
R125 problems ’could make the F-Gas quota the least of our worries’ says manufacturer
AC manufacturer concedes that R32 is the refrigerant for the foreseeable future, but stresses that flammables training is essential
From our May issue: Training is vital for next steps, experts told RAC’s Round Table Debate