Grundfos energy project enters its third phase

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The third stage of the Grundfos Energy Project to encourage the use of more efficient pupmps is under way.
Grundfos is moving into the third phase of its project to increase awareness of how using efficient circulators can significantly reduce carbon-dioxide emissions. The project started in 2005 with the launch of the world’s first A-rated domestic circulator — the Alpha Pro. There are over 120 million circulators operating in Europe, and the inefficiency of the majority of them contributes needlessly to carbon-dioxide emissions. As part of its extension of the energy project, Grundfos will be launching a ‘remarkable’ new circulator and acting as main sponsor for the International Expo Zaragoza 2008 — with the theme of water and sustainable development. Grundfos encourages installers to motivate customers to choose A-rated circulators to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions and electricity bills
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