19

MAR

Chancellor George Osborne today used his annual Budget to announce a package of measures to help energy intensive industries that he claimed would be worth £7 billion.

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Osborne apparently heeded calls by trade bodies such as the Chemical Industries Association  (CIA) and the EEF for help with energy bills to ensure sectors such as the process industries remain internationally competitive. Osb

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18

MAR

Six months suspended prison sentence for carrying out illegal boiler install work!

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A gas fitter has been given a six month suspended prison sentence for carrying out illegal work on boiler installations in the Brixham area over a two year period. Stephen Nurse’s offences came to light when he was sentenced for further gas safety offences at Exeter Crown Court last February (2013). He was then handed a suspended prison sentence after an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found he had installed domestic boilers without being registered with Gas Safe

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7

MAR

One week to show how we can combat climate change

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Chaired by founder Kevin Steele, the launch will include the announcement of the winners of the Climate Week Awards, nominations for which have just opened. The Climate Week Awards are given for exemplary professional achievements in the following categories: Best businessBest new product or technologyBest education or campaign initiativeBest initiative from government or public servicesBest community initiativeBest artistic responseMost inspirational person Continue Reading →



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