#HPMGREENERLIVING Q&A: Phil Hurley, MD at NIBE Energy Systems

As part of our Greener Living campaign to champion sustainable heating and plumbing solutions, HPM interviewed NIBE MD Phil Hurley

#HPMGREENERLIVING Q&A: Kevin Carling, MD of Secon

As part of the Greener Living campaign to champion sustainable heating and plumbing solutions, HPM interviewed Secon MD Kevin Carling

PipeSnug responds to the Future Buildings Standard consultation

Consistency is the key to efficiency in existing dwellings, according to a latest consultation response from PipeSnug

Grant UK staff take over 12 million steps fundraising for charity

Throughout last month staff at Grant UK took part in Marching March, a step-count challenge raising funds for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance. In total, the staff took over 12 million steps during March and raised £320 for the local charity

Cafgas set up to help the most vulnerable

Plumber James Hunt, pictured, is turning the profits from his new business into a lifeline for thousands of poor, vulnerable and hungry people

Registrations still open for water matters virtual conference

Registrations are still open for the Water Matters virtual conference which takes place on 13 April

Panel explores priorities for heat decarbonisation

BEIS parliamentary under secretary of state for climate change, Lord Callanan, joined an expert industry panel to discuss the beginning of the journey to zero emissions late last month

Training provider stresses importance of renewables

Installers must seek confidence in legislation not short-term green consumer initiative schemes, according to renewable energy training specialist GTEC

WRAS separates services to create two new businesses

The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) has separated its subscriptions and approvals activities into two separate businesses, Water Regs UK and the Water Regulations Approval Scheme (WRAS)

Plumbing Depot supplies ‘supporters’ for Burnley

An independent plumbing and heating firm has 'figured out' a novel way to get football fans back into the Premier League stand that has carried its name for more than 20 years