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The Fire Industry Association (FIA) has announced its training programme for next year. New for 2011 is a combined course covering units 1, 4 and 5 of the FIA programme, namely Fire Detection Design, Installation & Testing and Fire Alarm Maintenance respectively.


Matt Anderson to exit Green Planet Solutions


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Matt Anderson, managing director and founder of Green Planet Solutions, is to leave the company this month, following an agreed handover to the new owners.


Green Planet Solutions was formed in 2006, to source and launch green products predominantly within the cleaning and hygiene sectors of the UK market. Matt, together with a small team, created a portfolio of sustainable products by targeting partnerships with like-minded distribution companies.


The company is now established as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of environmentally-friendly cleaning, hygiene and washroom products.


The FIA has now successfully trained more than 30,000 delegates, from fire system designers to end users, and the 2011 programme is even more extensive, with some 148 course dates scheduled at venues throughout the UK. The FIA has its own, purpose-built dedicated training facility in Hampton but also recognises the benefits of taking the


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Since the majority of the company was bought earlier this year by Shaun Chatterton - who also owns CPD plc, the largest independent janitorial supplier in the UK - Green Planet Solutions has celebrated a complete re-launch of its re-branded range, a new website and new formulations.


Matt said: “Green Planet Solutions...


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