Tag Archives: Climate Change

UWLA pushes Water matters message in wake of G7 summit

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The Unified Water Label Association has urged the bathroom industry to support its Water Matters message as world leaders committed to tackle climate change at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay last weekend. UWLA managing director Yvonne Orgill says: “It was great to see that climate change was a major …

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Viessmann welcomes 6th Carbon Budget but more focus on gas heating efficiency


Statement from Viessmann in response to the Climate Change Committee’s 6th Carbon Budget, announced December 9th 2020, from Darren McMahon, Viessmann marketing director. We commend the ambition to reduce emissions in buildings to zero by 2050 in line with net-zero legislation. The CCC report rightly notes that emissions reductions from …

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Carbon neutral Lakes plants 200 trees at local school

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Lakes recently attended a tree-planting event at King’s School in Gloucester as part of its commitment to offset carbon emissions produced in the natural day-to-day running of a business. Lakes worked with children from the school, the headmaster and grounds team to plant over 200 trees on the day, with …

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Worcester Bosch and CEO of Committee on Climate Change discuss future of heating

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Leading boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch have met with the CEO of the Committee on Climate Change to discuss the decarbonisation of heating and hot water. This was ahead of the recent announcement that the Government was committed to net zero UK carbon by 2050 – following recommendations from the CCC. …

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Urgent Upskilling required to meet 2050 Net Zero Target

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On the 2nd May, the Committee on Climate Change released its report, Net Zero: The UK’s contribution to stopping global warming. Mark Wilkins, head of training and external affairs for Vaillant, says that whilst many of the recommendations put forward should be actioned, special emphasis must be given to upskilling …

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