OFTEC 201 proves popular at EOGB

MartinMarch 2, 20170 Comments
02Mar
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We’re pleased to report that our first OFTEC 201 commercial burner course was successfully completed at EOGB last week with engineers attending from all over the country. Eddie Phillips and his son Eddie Phillips Jnr of EMP Oil Services travelled from the Isle of Man after they were told that they must have OFTEC 201 […]
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Keeping heating running smoothly at Ashford International

MartinJanuary 19, 20170 Comments
19Jan
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Building facilities firm Apex PMI Limited contracted Remeha to implement a highly efficient heating solution at Ashford International Railway Station in Kent. Originally opened as Ashford Station in 1842, it was rebuilt and extended as ‘Ashford International’ in the early 1990’s and now combines a busy parkway station with 37 high-speed Eurostar departures every week. […]
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Successful 2016 for EOGB

MartinJanuary 10, 20170 Comments
10Jan
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EOGB Energy Products Ltd has reported another successful year of continued growth in 2016, with total burner sales up by 23%. Supported by a buoyant industry, EOGB saw a particular increase in the sale of commercial gas burners, closely followed by oil burners for domestic applications. Training also continued to flourish, with a wider range […]
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Clear savings at glass recycling plant

MartinJanuary 3, 20170 Comments
03Jan
Glass particles for recycling in a machine in a recycling facility. Different glass packaging bottle waste. Glass waste management. Glass recycling is the process of waste glass into usable products.
Recycling firm Ward Recycling Ltd (WRL) approached EOGB to provide an improved and more cost-efficient process heating solution at its glass beneficiation plant in Middlesbrough. Operating since 2012, the plant processes glass collected from household, municipal and commercial sources to make glass grit which can be used by companies as an alternative to traditional abrasive […]
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