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Are You Installing the Correct Lights?

19th November 2018
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What lights are you installing? UGR (Unified Glare Rating Compliant) lights should be installed otherwise staff and students could get headaches, they should also have a rating below 19 for classrooms and offices especially with computer screens and panels.

You can get up to 7 years […]

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New Legal Requirements for School Lighting

16th November 2018
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Are you aware of the new legal requirements regarding emergency lighting? The requirement came into effect in 2016. You may be fooled into thinking emergency lighting doesn’t have to be upgraded as the standards improve? This time they do. Emergency lighting MUST now meet the current […]

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Using Less Stuff at the ISBA

26th May 2016
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The CRC team made the journey up to lovely Edinburgh for the ISBA conference last week. We spoke to lots of bursars about Using Less Stuff – a subject usually close to their hearts! Recycling is, of course, a good thing to do but the main problem is that […]

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Our next Using Less Stuff Seminar set for 28th October 2015

8th September 2015
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We are delighted to announce a confirmed date for our next seminar on saving money through energy reduction.

We have teamed up with St Faith’s School, Cambridge who are kindly hosting the event.  St Faith’s were winners at the 2014 Ashden Sustainable School Awards, the UK […]

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