Clean Air Strategy 2019

Government Announces Clean Air Strategy 2019 Today the Government published the Clean Air Strategy 2019, a key document in tackling air pollution, making our air healthier to breath, protecting nature and boosting the economy. The strategy looks at a range of actions to reduce emissions/pollution, including: Transport The home Farming Industry Clean growth and innovation Read More…

Defra’s Clean Air Strategy

Defra’s Clean Air Strategy On the 22nd May the Environment Secretary Michael Gove published a Clean Air Strategy which aims to cut air pollution and save lives, backed up through new primary legislation. Here we demystify the strategy and look beyond the misleading headlines. The new strategy, which is now out for consultation, is a Read More…

HETAS Committee & Standards Work

HETAS Committee & Standards Work In an ever-changing industry of legislation and regulatory requirements, HETAS remains at the forefront of solid fuel appliance and related technology standards development, to effectively promote and ensure continued improvement of the safe and efficient installation of solid fuel appliances, ancillary equipment and their maintenance. Achieving Objectives HETAS achieves these Read More…

HETAS Guide is coming

HETAS Guide 2017 is coming The 2017 edition of the HETAS Guide will be launched at Ecobuild at the start of March. Ecobuild is the UK’s largest and number one event for specifiers across the built environment and takes place at ExCeL, London from 7th March. Speaking about the new Guide, Bruce Allen says “We Read More…

SIA Ecodesign Ready Scheme

The Future Has Arrived. The stoves of tomorrow are available today Ecodesign Ready Scheme: Air quality is important to all of us. Even though wood burning is a relatively low source of emissions, The Stove Industry Alliance feel it is important to reduce emissions from wood burning stoves even further. The official launch of the Read More…

SIA Update

Independent research conducted by Kiwa on behalf of the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) has shown that modern clean burning stoves, designed to meet the new Ecodesign requirements, will reduce particulate emissions by 90% compared to an open fire and by 80-84% compared to an old stove. This confirms the European wide understanding that Ecodesign stoves Read More…