6 October 2020

Inta is proud to be supporting Quality Plumber Week 2020 – a key week for the future of the plumbing and heating industry.

The initiative, organised by the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC), brings together online workshops and discussions around the future of the industry, with a focus on what alternative heat technologies should be at the forefront of Government strategies.

This comes at a crucial time, as the UK is targeting to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The Future Homes Standard is also set to come into play in 2025, which will see changes to Part L and Part F of the Building Regulations for new dwellings to ensure that all new build homes will feature low carbon heating and world-leading levels of energy efficiency.

As part of work to get more people involved in the debate, we are donating two ActivFlo Water Conditioners for the APHC to give away.

Inta Managing Director, Stuart Gizzi, said: “We fully support this event and the discussions it is trying to stimulate.

“It also helps to shine a spotlight on the amazing work carried out by plumbing and heating professionals across the country every day.

“We encourage people to get involved, contribute to the discussion and share their story.”

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Russia-Ukraine Statement

The condemnation and imposition of sanctions on Russia and Belarus in response to Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine will have enormous implications and an impact on global trade, particularly on commodities, for years to come. The effect of the war on the building material supply in the UK is still to be determined. However, the region including Russia, Ukraine and Belarus accounted for only 1.25% of building products imported into the UK last year.

Intatec Limited is committed to ensuring that products which we supply are not manufactured using any material sourced in Russia or Belarus.