After three years of planning and a joint £300,000 investment, Ductclean (UK) Ltd are proud to have contributed to the opening of their ventilation hygiene training centre in collaboration with Overclean Ltd, another leading company in the field of ventilation hygiene.
The AEME training centre in Honiton, Devon, was opened by NADCA President Bill Benito, with attendees that included Managing Director Nigel Jones and Technical Director Paul Davies from Ductclean (UK) Ltd, and a number of senior executives from the B&ES and ADCAS.
Indoor Air Quality has a huge impact on the health of individuals, especially within the workplace. We breathe in moulds, bacteria, and other pollutants such as dust on a daily basis. To counteract this, new measurements have been developed, such as DIFCO and NADCA tests and also the WFTT (Wet Film Thickness Test) for grease extract systems. National guidelines for air-condition were introduced in 2011 and are due to be renewed in 2016. The AEME training centre will train technicians in how ventilation systems work and the techniques needed to adequately clean the systems.
The UK and its associations have led the world in the development of IAQ. With the continued efforts of our UK companies, we should continue to show the way to the rest of the world how important IAQ is to our continuing healthy environment, and the AEME training centre will be only benefit this development.
For further details please go to: www.aeme.co.uk