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Monthly Archives: March 2015

For good quality air, look indoors!

Bristol City Council has secured a £30,000 government grant to help reduce pollution and raise awareness of health issues associated with poor air quality. The money is intended to help with researching the freight and delivery needs of traders and businesses in the Old City area, and use the information for future logistics projects, which, []

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Data centre downtime? Keeping cool is key

Downtime for a data centre is costly, so ensuring that equipment is running as it should requires rigorous maintenance – system failure is not an option. Preserving the right temperature for equipment is vital; high, low or rapidly varying temperature can corrupt data processing, alter the electrical and physical characteristics of electronic chips and generally []

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Site-wide HVAC protection for London HQ of pharmaceutical company

The London HQ of a global pharmaceutical and healthcare company occupies a landmark site immediately adjacent to one of the busiest stretches of motorway in the UK, passed by over 40,000 vehicles every day.   The Problem   Proximity to this extremely busy section of elevated motorway, combined with typical urban airborne debris (litter, carrier []

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New report takes a holistic approach to energy efficiency

A report carried out by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and WRAP, the UK’s resource efficiency experts, has prompted new guidance on the principles, importance and opportunities of the resource efficiency of building services. TM56 highlights the impacts of building services in terms of manufacturing, construction, maintenance and disposing of the equipment []

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Boris launches air quality campaign | Breathe Better Together

London Mayor Boris Johnson has launched a capital-wide campaign to boost air quality awareness in the city in a bid to reduce exposure to pollution. ‘Breathe Better Together’ aims to encourage Londoners to help improve the quality of the air we breathe by making small, positive changes to lifestyle, such as walking or cycling to []

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