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PDF version of Building Services - Spring 2008
PDF version of Building Services - Spring 2008
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In this issue, Judith Thornton has brought us an exclusive and thought-provoking, sideways look at rainwater harvesting, while Roger Budgeon has provided us with early monitoring results from the wood fuelled boiler powering the new Greenshop Group HQ.

Another of our regular contributors, Gavin Harper, has put together a special feature on one of the promising future technologies that has not had much press recently - fuel cells. He has tracked down pioneers and taken a look at what has been achieved to date. He has included an exclusive interview with Allan Jones, the man behind the UK’s first district heating and power system to feature CHP and fuel cells.

Highlights in this issue:

The first CSH level 6 project gets under way.
Groundbreaking eco-design at Elmswell.
Green Facelift - (Part 1) eco renovation.
Timber build in the new office age.

Greenwash - can we believe all we read, hear and see?

In focus - Waste and Resources

Effective waste management in construction.
Space for waste.
Complying with the waste code.

In focus - Waste and Resources
Rainwater harvesting systems
All fired up
Wood fired heating solutions for Greenshop HQ
Forum debate - heat pumps

Advanced glazing systems.

Special feature - Hydrogen and fuel cells
Are we heading for a hydrogen powered future?
PURE hydrogen in use in scotland.
Hydrogen integration at West Beacon Farm.
Working towards a hydrogen future.

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