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ECEX launches ultimate guide to site access

    We’ve launched a free, comprehensive guide to safe and effective site access. The illustrated guide – Access All Areas – explains how access is a critical contributory factor to the safety of building services engineers and maintenance teams who install and service plant on roofs and other hard-to-get-at areas. ‘Access All Areas’ describes []

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More on retentions – lets put an end to them

Much has been written about how and why Carillion failed and this has highlighted the perennial, but as yet unresolved, issues of retentions and extended payment terms. Everyone who works for the outsourcing and construction sectors knows exactly who the bad payers are and we all wince at their bare-faced lies about ‘working in partnership []

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Time to tackle scourge of retentions

  Proposed new legislation could provide a long-awaited boost to the finances of thousands of SMEs working in construction sectors. Peter Aldous, MP for the Suffolk constituency of Waveney, has introduced a Private Member’s Bill in an effort to amend the 1996 Construction Act in order to ensure all retention payments are held in a []

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Refurb or replace? That is the question

  It’s a perennial question – when the time comes, should you replace or refurbish HVAC equipment? The answer depends on a wide range of factors including the age of the equipment, the short and long-term financial implications of each option, and how ‘mission critical’ the system is and, therefore, how reliable it needs to []

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ECEX reveals money-saving Air Intake Screens at HVACR Show

  It’s less than a week to go until the HVACR Show and we’ll be there showcasing ECEX Air Intake Screens; money-saving solutions that improve indoor air quality and boost productivity. The show, which takes place at the ExCel London between January 23 and 25, will offer an opportunity to view ECEX Air Intake Screens, []

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A breath of fresh air

  The air in some parts of the UK is too dangerous to breathe, according to the Royal College of Physicians and Lancet Countdown, international research group dedicated to tracking the world’s response to climate change. Their findings, published in a new report – ‘Lancet Countdown 2017 Report: Briefing for UK Policymakers’ – reveal that []

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