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APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


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Entertainment Spaces, Professionally Designed


astounding when experienced in the correct environment. Dedicated and convertible entertainment spaces need careful thought and professional design to perform well, and ultimately impress the homeowner. Partnering with a CEDIA member guarantees you peace of mind, and the expertise needed to ensure that not only does the entertainment space perform as required, but that your aesthetic design is not compromised. CEDIA has released accredited CPD material specifically addressing the design aspects of entertainment spaces: the CPD is tailored to help architects understand how to help clients choose and specify rooms, as well as the design principles needed for a dedicated entertainment space, and the importance of working


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igital entertainment plays a huge part in the modern lifestyle and is something that can be truly


together in the early stages of a project. The Designing Home Cinemas and Media Rooms CPD course is available now on request: please contact cpd@cedia.co.uk to request a seminar. CEDIA is your source for Home


Technology Professionals. We offer a number of accredited courses,


as well as other resources to help educate architects about the opportunities that the integrated home can offer, both including and far beyond entertainment spaces. You can learn more about what’s possible in the latest articles, blog posts, case studies, and more by visiting our website, or Find a CEDIA Member in your area by visiting our “Find a Professional” search engine at www.cedia.org


01480 213 744 www.cedia.org/find-a-cedia-professional


Kingspan Launches Ocean Plastic Clean-Up Partnership


Kingspan, a global leader in high performance insulation and envelope solutions for low carbon buildings, has committed to recycling 500m plastic bottles each year by 2023 for use in its insulation with a further target of 1bn bottles each year by 2025. This recycling initiative is part of a broader Kingspan programme, together with the company’s 2020 Net Zero Energy manufacturing target, to produce its energy-saving products in a low carbon and environmentally responsible way. Kingspan is already manufacturing insulation using recycled plastic but from today will be adding recovered ocean plastic to this manufacturing chain, made with raw materials from its plant near Barcelona, Spain. This plant already recycles 250m bottles each year and has set an ambitious target to quadruple this over six years. To achieve this target, Kingspan has partnered with the EcoAlf Foundation and under a three-year partnership, the company will proactively help to remove up to 150 tonnes of waste from the Mediterranean each year through the EcoAlf Foundation’s network of fishermen. Kingspan will reuse as much of the ocean plastic recovered as it can in its production.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2019


‘Accelerating Innovation’ is the theme of the seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum which will explore key drivers of innovation that support the PVC industry’s targets within the circular


economy when representatives from the entire value chain meet in Prague, Czech Republic on May 9th VinylPlus®


and 10th 2019. Organised by , the Voluntary Commitment to sustainable development by


the European PVC industry, the 2019 Forum will focus on the role innovation can play in the sector’s ability to deliver future economic, social and environmental sustainability. The two-day 2019 Forum is a ‘not-to-be-missed’ event for VinylPlus members and their stakeholders.


+32 023295105 vinylplus.eu/community/vinyl-sustainability-forum Vortice welcomes two new team members


Carl Freeman and Kim Ellis have recently been welcomed to the Vortice team. Carl has joined as Sales Manager for the London and South East area and brings a wealth of experience from working in both the electrical wholesaler and ventilation


industry for many years. Kim joins as Technical CAD Manager from a building services consultancy where she was Senior AutoCad and Revit Technician. Kim is a key addition to the technical team, the role will include designing and quoting for various ventilation schemes including heat recovery designs for customers. Vortice supplies energy efficient ventilation systems for the domestic and commercial markets.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk


ADF APRIL 2019


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