Wake up to desires: renewed attack on WELL - the label of the European sanitary industry

25.01.2018 After the failure of the "European Water Label" of the British industry association BMA in the industry and in Brussels due to its own structural shortcomings, the next attack follows on the successful WELL classification system for sanitary and shower fittings from EUnited Valves.

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Technology from South Westphalia helps to cut down on CO2 and save money

21.11.2017 From November 06 to November 17 more than 20,000 participants gathered in Bonn for the World Climate Conference. Dr. Peter Liese, the CDU member of the European Parliament for South Westphalia, also took part in the meeting as the environmental spokesman for his parliamentary party.

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EUnited Valves: Common Platform of the European Valve Manufacturers

European legislation has been steadily gaining in importance for many years now. EUnited Valves is the European valve industry’s response to this trend.

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Winter is coming – EPBD may raise comfort & saving

16.04.2018 Amendment on individual room temperature control in energy efficiency of buildings directive accepted in Parliament report.

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Water for everyone - how to prevent water losses
 

02.05.2014

IFAT 2014, the world’s leading trade fair for the management of water, wastewater, waste and raw materials, took place in Munich from 5 to 9 May. A number of companies in the mechanical and plant engineering sector presented sustainable products and technologies that can be used to conserve resources and protect the environment.

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Modern valve technology makes nuclear power plants a reliable alternative
 

19.06.2014

A radical overhaul of Europe’s chaotic energy policy is required in order to prevent the lights going out in Europe and to achieve climate targets. USD 2 trillion needs to be invested by 2035 in order to make energy greener and cleaner, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) in a special report published at the start of June.

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