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News Archive - December 2005

CFC equipment found in EU waste crackdown 14 December 2005
INSPECTIONS of waste shipments at 17 European seaports has found a number of illegal consignments of refrigeration equipment containing CFCs.

Borehole water may be used to cool the tube 14 December 2005
BOREHOLE water may be used to cool sections of the London Underground as part of the solution to overheating on the network.

Air conditioning case sets legal landmark 14 December 2005
A DISPUTE over an air conditioning contract has set a legal precedent which means that employers could now be liable for the negligence or misbehaviour of another firm's staff.

Defeated MEP accuses industry of scare tactics 14 December 2005
THE MEP at the centre of the failed attempt to ban HFCs through amendments to the F-gas regulations has accused the industry of scaremongering.

Defeated MEP accuses industry of scare tactics 02 December 2005
THE MEP at the centre of the failed attempt to ban HFCs through amendments to the F-gas regulations has accused the industry of scaremongering.

Powermaster extends Climaveneta chiller deal 02 December 2005
POWERMASTER Products has been appointed a distributor for Climaveneta process and industrial cooling chillers.

Time's running out for HCFCs 02 December 2005
DUPONT has warned industry of the rapidly diminishing time available to retrofit HCFC equipment.

Mark's time 02 December 2005
DENMAN, the rapidly expanding refrigeration contractor, has appointed Mark Maunder (above) as commercial director

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