Heat recovery at the University Arms Hotel

Cambridge’s University Arms Hotel refurbishment had to accommodate a complex heat recovery system on a constrained site with strict planning restrictions. Nuaire’s Andrew Bott explains

A secure refrigerant supply

A collaborative approach in response to the F-gas phase down will ensure security of supply of HFCs in the next few years, as manufacturers and customers continue to switch to lower-GWP alternatives, says Daikin UK’s Martin Passingham

How pollution affects indoor air quality in buildings

The quality of the air people breathe is vital for their health and wellbeing. CIBSE Journal looks at two reports focusing on how outdoor pollution affects indoor air quality in schools and commercial premises based in and around London

How catalysts in AHUs can improve indoor air quality

Electrostatic precipitators can stop PM2.5 dust particles from entering buildings, but could create dangerous levels of ozone. Catalysts in AHUs may be the answer, says Staffordshire University’s Derek Wardle

Reduce, reuse, recycle – meeting the F-Gas targets

Managing the supply of HFC refrigerants and reducing pressure on the newly lowered quotas introduced by the F-Gas regulations will be a critical issue for the industry. Martin Passingham at Daikin UK discusses the current legislation and industry issues, as well as the future of refrigerant