Portable on-demand hospital disinfection system launched
APC Contech has signed a new distribution agreement with USA infection control specialist Codonics. Under the new deal, APC Contech will supply the new on-demand Radius3 Disinfection Technology system to UK hospitals and associated healthcare markets.
Norbord; leading the WPIF's message to new parliamentary champions
The Wood Panels Industry Federation has recruited a new set of parliamentary champions for the industry with the establishment of a fresh All Party Parliamentary Group, led by Scottish National Party MP, Steven Paterson.
EU REFERENDUM SPLITS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INVESTMENT MARKET IN TWO
Blue Marble Asset Management says, in its Barometer for for Summer 2016, that a slowdown in activity among institutional investors as they wait for the result of the EU Referendum is in stark contrast to a buoyant lower end market where private investors
Mitsubishi unveils direct view LED display at Infocomm 2016
The new narrow pixel pitch (NPP) display has been designed and built in Japan specifically for Command & Control
NEWS: Open Source expert boosts NHS procurement process
A global figure in Open Source technology is aiming to implement a new model for public sector software procurement, claiming that the current procurement process does not know how to handle free and Open Source software.
79% of energy management sector against Brexit
he latest issue of the UK Energy Effic(Volume 15) shows overriding support to remain within the EU from the energy management sector, with suppliers and consumers concerned that energy prices would rise following a Brexit.
CCTV dramatically cutting security budgets for construction sector
Specialist security provider, VPS Site Security, has seen a dramatic switch from human patrols to more guardless systems in the last twelve months.
NEWS: In or Out, Britain Needs Migrants
DATE: 25 May 2016 IMMEDIATE NEWS UK WILL NEED MIGRANTS - IN OR OUT OF THE EU In or out the EU, the UK is going to have to remain a country open to migration. Newcomers will need to be included i
LEDs help London university cut carbon emissions by 47%
Minimise Energy has installed new LED lights at London Metropolitan University's Holloway Road campus, cutting lighting energy consumption by £55,000 a year and carbon emissions by 225 tpa.
News story: Man United bomb scare: new App prevents false alarms
Following the Manchester United bomb scare, a new smartphone app can prevent similar lapses in security. It ensures guards are more effective and safer.
Transport for London calls Hoppecke in to overhaul Central and Jubilee line batt
Hoppecke Industrial Batteries has won a major contract from Transport for London (TfL) – the local government body responsible for most aspects of the capital’s transport system – to manage on-board battery systems for its Underground trains.
Mitsubishi Electric expands control room business
MITS2119-New-Appointments-EN For Immediate Release - May 19, 2016 Mitsubishi Electric expands control room business Mitsubishi Electric has expanded its command and control displays business deve
Specialist security firm invests in customer service following a year of growth
During 2015, Scan-X relocated to a new, bigger office and factory site and have also recently opened a dedicated client demonstration area, as part of their on going expansion and emphasis on customer service.
STEP PARENTS MIRROR WILLS DANGER
PROTECTING YOUR CHILDREN'S INHERITANCE FROM STEP PARENTS AND STEP CHILDREN The plight of Stuart Herd, who lost his family inheritance of £150,000 because his stepmother changed her Mirror Will and left everything to her own family, is a cautionary tale.
Private landowners face increasing costs and fines as fly-tipping reaches one mi
Record levels of fly-tipping likely to lead to increased costs to private landowners removing waste, claims VPS