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MERTHYR TYDFIL CIVIC CENTRE

Remeha efficiency at Merthyr Tydfil Civic Centre

Three Remeha Gas 210-6 section Eco Pro boilers have been installed at Merthyr Tydfil’s Civic Centre to help improve the energy efficiency of the Council’s refurbished administrative headquarters.

With budgets reduced due to capital spending cuts and continually soaring energy prices to meet, local authorities must look for ways to make efficiency savings wherever possible. Buildings are a prime starting point, so Merthyr Tydfil Council took the decision to transform the entrance of its Civic Centre into a more operationally efficient, one-stop-shop service for its residents and businesses.

As heating and hot water generation can account for up to 60 per cent of a building’s energy use and associated greenhouse gas emissions, the Council was keen to simultaneously upgrade the ageing heating system during the refurbishment process to improve the energy efficiency of the Centre, adding cavity wall insulation for maximum efficiency benefits.

Michael Campbell of Merthyr Tydfil County Council specified Remeha boilers in the project. “We briefed using Remeha products due to their reliability and quality,” he commented.

In a complete refurbishment of the boiler plant room, contractor Chris Millward of Boiler Plant Maintenance replaced the six existing boilers with three Remeha Gas 210-6 section Eco Pro boilers. The pipework was also reconfigured with new flow and return headers, while flues were installed by Chimney Centres in Bristol. The equipment and upgraded controls are connected to a new Building Management system supplied by BBM Control Systems.

The Remeha Gas 210 Eco Pro range of compact, floor-standing, fully-modulating condensing boilers are available in three to six sections with outputs ranging from 80 to 200 kW. With exceptionally high efficiency and ultra low NOx emissions, they are a greener alternative for commercial heating.

For more information, call us on 0118 978 3434 or email us: boilers@remeha.co.uk



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