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qualifies for ECA Hamworthy’s latest range of boilers, launched in March this year, has been included on the government’s Energy Technology List (ETL), providing significant financial advantages for purchasers through the government’s Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA) scheme. All Fleet condensing modular boilers, up to 150kW module size, now qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances, providing modular solutions from 40kW to 450kW output. The ECA scheme is a key part of the government’s programme to manage climate change and is designed to encourage investment in energy-saving equipment. Meeting the scheme’s eligibility criteria, the inclusion of the Fleet boiler range on the Energy Technology List is a reflection of its high performance, exceeding the minimum thermal efficiency requirements by some margin. At the heart of the Fleet is Hamworthy’s new sectional heat exchanger, which allows each product to be easily configured. It also delivers high efficiency condensing performance up to 109 per cent net efficiency. For more information call 0845 450 2865, email sales@hamworthy- or visit

New guide to carbon

monoxide protection New from Aico is a Guide to Carbon Monoxide, covering all you need to know about Carbon Monoxide (CO) in the home - including where CO comes from, what can go wrong with appliances, why CO alarms should be fitted, what to look for in a CO alarm, where alarms should be sited and more. The Guide also contains an examination of the statistics on deaths and injuries caused by CO poisoning. Preventative measures, including annual servicing by Gas Safe Registered installers, are covered in the Guide, alongside CO

Six of the best

The six finalists for the title of UK Worker of the Year have now been announced, as competition organisers, Dickies, move a significant step closer to selecting Britain’s

detection in the home. There is also guidance on what to look for in a CO alarm and details of Aico’s range. For more information call 0870 758 4000, email or visit

number one worker for 2011 from across the nation’s workforce. Similar to last year, they represent a wide range of professions and a wide geographical spread. They are: Paul Crowe – a chef from Shrewsbury; Sam Gibbon – an electrician from Newport; Emily Jones – a lollipop lady from Southport; Jason Lawrence – an AV sales manager from Abingdon; Anna Simpson – a charity support worker from Buxton and Jan Whelan – a teacher from Liverpool. UK Worker of the Year is now in its second year of looking to recognise, reward and promote excellence in the British workforce and the word has spread wider than ever before about both the competition and what is involved. For more information visit


to inclusivity One of the world’s most famous organisations encouraging young people to make the most of life is reinforcing its commitment to the cause with the opening of a new, inclusive facility in ‘an area of deprivation’. The Showroom in Lincoln is a £5m centre for young people aged between 11 and 25 and is developed and managed by YMCA as a Myplace facility. Designed and installed by Total Hygiene (sponsor of the Changing Places, Changing Lives campaign, and suppliers of the Clos-o-Mat), the ‘Changing Places’ toilet optimises the Showroom’s accessibility, enabling even the


Stelrad Radiators is celebrating confirmation that it produces most installers’ favourite radiators. The result of research carried out earlier this year by a leading sector publication with a random sample of nearly 150 installers came up with some very positive results that seem to suggest that pretty much every installer has installed Stelrad radiators at some stage in their careers. Asked what the most important

influencers were on their choice of radiator brand to install, 42 per cent said that availability from merchant stock was the most important. Asked to list the brand of radiator they trusted most, 78 per cent mentioned Stelrad in some way, be it through the actual name or an Ideal Stelrad Group brand. For more information call 0870 849 8058 or visit

most profoundly disabled youngster to enjoy the facilities and undertake basic personal hygiene. A ‘Changing Places’ toilet is larger than a conventional accessible toilet, enabling easy access. The Showroom also includes a Clos-o-Mat - a toilet developed specifically for the disabled. For more information call 0161 969 1199, email or visit

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