Posts tagged with ‘indoor air quality’

  • Zehnder Group UK opens doors of new Specification Centre in London

    By ZehnderUK on June 7, 2018
    Leading indoor climate solutions provider, Zehnder Group UK Ltd, announces the launch of its new Specification Centre incorporating the Bisque showroom in Islington’s prestigious Business Design Centre (BDC). The centre caters for consultants, architects and interior designers, showcasing Zehnder’s range of indoor climate solutions including radiant heating and cooling products, comfort ventilation systems and radiators. The site is an ideal […]
  • FETA chairman addresses industry challenges at Association’s annual lunch

    By Debbie Eales on April 23, 2018
    The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations’ annual lunch at The Brewery, London, on April 19, hosted more than 600 guests from a whole range of trade bodies, government departments and industry. In his speech, FETA Chairman, John Smith, addressed some of the many challenges affecting the construction/building services industry and detailed the association’s recent activities in response to these challenges. […]
  • London calls for help on indoor air quality

    By Debbie Eales on November 2, 2017
    The Deputy Mayor of London has called for help from building engineering specialists to improve air quality in buildings. Speaking at the recent Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) national conference, Deputy Mayor of London Shirley Rodrigues said indoor air quality would be a priority consideration in new planning laws for the city and a crucial part of its Environment Strategy. […]
  • Air quality: a time for action

    By Debbie Eales on December 19, 2014
    With an estimated 29,000 deaths a year from air pollution, The Environmental Audit Committee has issued its third report in five years calling for action to be taken. The report is calling for new schools, care homes and hospitals to be built far away from major roads. With more than 1,000 schools already near major roads, it is suggested that […]