Tag : Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA)
Implementing recently approved amendments to increase the hydrocarbon charge size for refrigerant allowed in cooling cabinets may take some time to be implemented in the UK, Martyn Cooper of FETA has said.
Ensuring certainty on regulatory alignment with key EU law and standards, as well as determining future customs requirements have been identified as vital Brexit concerns for the UK building services sector.
John Austin-Davies, honoured at this year’s RAC Cooling Awards for a four-decade career working in commercial refrigeration and his efforts to support training, has announced he is retiring.
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has announced several changes in its senior leadership as it braces for a number of challenges around F-Gas regulation and the potential impacts of Brexit.
The EURIS advisory body, which brings together manufacturing and mechanical engineering bodies such as BEAMA and FETA, has this week launched a new network with EU counterparts intended to alleviate potential market disruption by creating a single industrial voice on key Brexit ambitions.
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.
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has welcomed the first reading in parliament of a new bill that would put a statutory obligation on any construction or building services group withholding cash retentions to use an approved deposit scheme.
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has defended the pace of efforts by the UK cooling industry to move to lower GWP refrigerants during an investigation by parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee into HFC use.