Lowara prepares to help with Energy Efficiency Directive for pumps

Two specialist engineers from Lowara UK have passed the Certified Pump System Audit (CPSA) scheme as part of the company’s new energy audit in the UK. They are Nick Morris and Paul Shute, who are now qualified pumping system specialists. The CPSA scheme has been developed by the British Pump Manufacturers’ Association so companies can assist customers in becoming compliant with the EU’s upcoming Energy Efficiency Directive.

The directive is due to be fully operational by 2014, and the CPSA scheme is intended to serve as a universally recognised standard of knowledge and achievement for those working in the pumping industry.

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