The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) is encouraging people in the building controls sector to make one small change to their everyday lives to improve energy efficiency in buildings and create a more sustainable future.
Domonic Mace, left, senior manufacturing operations manager, and Mark Painter, health and safety manager, who led the Williams project to achieve ISO 50001
Williams Refrigeration has achieved ISO 50001 accreditation, covering energy management for the design, manufacture, installation and service of commercial cabinets and modular products.
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) awards the 50001 energy management certification to organisations that develop efficient energy usage policies, use data to make decisions about energy use, and continually improve energy management. Williams identified and monitored key areas of high energy and fuel usage, from its plant machinery to the processes it employs, and then introduced initiatives based on industry best practice to minimise consumption.
Daikin UK has announced the dates for its latest Future Thinking seminars, aimed at building services consultants. Speakers will explore the theme ‘Optimising Design and Performance’ at 10 locations across the UK.
The programme is designed to tackle the increasing challenges of designing a suitable built environment, and aims to inform and provoke discussion around achieving a sustainable and comfortable indoor climate.