Clean Air London founder Simon Birkett has paid tribute to the support of filtration specialists Camfil, following the introduction of the Clean Air (Human Rights) Bill to the House of Lords.
Baroness Jenny Jones introduced the bill, which aims to establish the right to breathe clean air, after working with Clean Air London (CAL). Peter Dyment of Camfil has advised CAL on indoor air quality matters since 2011, providing technical guidance over the last year that has contributed to crafting the Clean Air Bill.
E-CO, the company which pioneered using UVC technology in HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems in the UK, has launched a range of new CPD courses for engineers.
E-CO makes systems which use Ultraviolet C light to kill airborne bacteria, viruses and mould spores to improve indoor air quality (IAQ). Its new CPD courses will help engineers understand how to use UVC light in HVAC systems, the energy saving benefits of UVC, IAQ and security against bio-attack and other subjects.