Showersave is a copper, pipe in pipe, heat exchanger that extracts the heat from the water that would normally flow down the drain while you are showering. It is a passive system requiring no maintenance, just like insulation. The system is straightforward to install, offers a cost effective route to Part L compliance and is rapidly becoming a “Go To” product for all sustainable buildings.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting normal office operations for the foreseeable future, Showersave is committed to offering learning and development opportunities to the construction industry during these uncertain times through delivery of our certified CPD via remote access. This facility is suitable for office and home based working scenarios.
We have attempted to make it as simple a process as possible given varying internet speeds across the country. Industry professionals can continue to gain CPD credits by accessing our CPD “An Introduction to Waste water heat recovery” via MS Teams. We are happy to undertake this in a group or one-to-one basis.
Upon completion of the presentation, CPD certificates will be sent via email to all participants.
Should you wish to arrange a suitable date for this CPD, please call 028 9334 4488 or email email@example.com
CPD Courses and Workshops Available
An Introduction to Waste Water Heat RecoveryCPD
Seminar | ShowersaveShowersave
This presentation will provide delegates with an overview of waste water heat recovery technologies in both residential and commercial environments. With many WWHR systems being recognised by BRE in SAP they are a useful tool in an assessors and engineers tool box when achieving carbon commitments. The presentation will cover installation; benefits and offer the opportunity for discussion from delegates.
Waste water heat recovery is increasingly being used in both residential and commercial schemes. Systems are recognised by BRE in SAP and now SBEM and will provide delegates with solutions that help achieve the increasingly challenging targets of compliance and planning restrictions. Waste water heat recovery is becoming a mainstream technology that is now recognised under recently published EU Directives as a renewable energy system.
The presentation will cover the key aspects of WWHR and how these can best be applied to a broad range of projects.