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ICS STANDARDS TRAINING WORKSHOP – ISO 14644-16

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The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) and Irish Cleanroom Society (ICS) have announced a standards training workshop on the application of ISO 14644-16:2019, Energy Efficiency & Management in Cleanrooms.

Focusing on the new ISO 14644-16:2019 energy efficiency in cleanrooms, the training will examine practical worked examples and look at best practice approaches to Energy Efficiency. The subject matter experts leading the training, include EECO2’s Executive Director Keith Beattie, Conor Murray (Chairman ICS, Ireland) and Pier Angelo Galligani (ASCAA, Italy). Attendees will get the opportunity to look over key elements and opportunities for energy efficiency and ask the experts queries on their own situation.

The day will be split into a technical seminar in the morning and an interactive workshop in the afternoon, providing attendees with specific guidance on how to apply ISO 14644-16:2019 and update their own SOPs.

So if you are looking to optimise your cleanroom performance, book your place today on the standards training workshop and discover how from the experts. 

Workshop Seminar Details
  • Date: Wednesday, 25th March 2020
  • Duration: 1-day standard training workshop
  • Location: NSAI, 1 Swift Square, Northwood, Santry, Dublin 9, Ireland D09 A0E4
  • Cost: €500
  • The attendance fee includes notes, a hard copy or soft electronic PDF copy of ISO 14644-3:2019, refreshments and a selection of sandwiches and snacks at lunchtime.
The attendance will be restricted to no more than 30 people. Booking is on a first come basis.

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COVID-19: MANAGING RISK IN PHARMACEUTICAL HVAC SYSTEMS

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ISPE BOSTON PRODUCT SHOW 2019

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EECO2’s Keith Beattie will be speaking at ISPE’s Boston Area Chapter Product Show on Wednesday, 18th September 2019 at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA, USA. 

Cleanroom Energy Reduction – Possibilities for Now and in the Near Future

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm


The session will take place in Track 3: Innovation in Flexible Manufacturing. For the full agenda click here.

‘In the presentation, Keith will share his experience of working with global life science manufacturers to help them reduce costs and deliver on sustainability targets. He will cover some top tips and give pointers to useful sources of information and guidance. He will also share a vision of the future, that EECO2 are helping to make a reality, where cleanrooms can respond dynamically to the contamination challenges, maintaining and monitoring real-time quality compliance’.

More about the talk.


Keith Beattie – EECO2 Director

To hear more about the session or to contact EECO2 about what the team can do for you and your site, contact us today.

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EECO2 PROJECT AT CLIENT SITE IN MEXICO

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Recently, the EECO2 team visited an oral solid dose manufacturing site in Mexico. The team conducted a HVAC & BMS Assessment, including new GMP upgrade projects. In the end, there were a total of 11 projects identified.

With quantified savings of €198,000 – which is 12% of the total site energy cost! The projects have a simple payback period of 1.6 years.

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CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

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This May, the Cleanroom Technology Conference will take place in Birmingham’s National Conference Centre, on 21st-22nd of the month. EECO2 attended last year, but this year the team will be exhibiting (stand A11). In addition to the exhibition stand, Keith Beattie of EECO2 will be speaking at the event, presenting the theme of “Cleanroom energy reduction – possibilities for now and in the near future”. The event is so popular again this year, that it has now sold out. If you would like some more information about Keith’s talk, but cannot attend the event, get in touch.


This year’s conference will bring together leaders and innovators within the cleanroom and contamination control industry to take a closer look at industry trends, standards and future of cleanroom design and technologies. The Cleanroom Technology Conference will highlight best practice and regulations affecting both cleanroom design and cleanroom operation across various sectors for those working in controlled environments and cleanrooms.

The event layout, below, shows the exhibitors, including EECO2 on stand A11.


EECO2 will also appear in the Cleanroom Technology magazine this month with an article discussing real-time optimisation, demand-based control and fail-safe retrofitting. The article identifies the benefits of having an intelligent HVAC system and provides more information on the Intelligent Cleanroom Control System, ‘a brainchild’ of EECO2.

The ICCS has been nominated for the Cleanroom Technology Conference awards this year, for ‘Best Cleanroom Innovation’ and for ‘Best Exhibitor Product – Technology’.

If you want any more information on EECO2, Keith’s presentation or ICCS, get in touch with the EECO2 team.

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ESOS PHASE II

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ESOS PHASE II DEADLINE: 5TH DECEMBER 2019

With less than 8 months left until the mandatory Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme deadline, it’s extremely important to begin your compliance procedure. Now is the time to start thinking about ESOS Phase 2, become compliant and avoid fines of up to £235,000. The Environmental Agency are encouraging all participants to start the process as soon as possible to avoid the potential of shortage of Lead Assessors, especially after the chaos experienced in the 6 month run up to the phase one deadline.

See ESOS as an opportunity

If you look at ESOS as an additional cost, that is all it will every be. But if you see it as an opportunity to investigate potential energy and cost savings, you may end up saving a lot more than you spend. 

Analysis of a sample of the ESOS assessments undertaken by the Carbon Trust shows an average energy spend of approximately £1.8 million. The average reduction achievable through cost-effective measures was around 20 percent, which for business with an energy spend of £1.8 million would result in a saving of £360,000


Why EECO2?

With EECO2, your Energy Assessor will not just complete a simple walk through, but the team will perform a full evaluation and detailed report, specifying all potential energy saving projects, leading to a higher chance of more savings for the site.

Get in touch with EECO2 about ESOS.




More information about ESOS from The Carbon Trust:

What is ESOS?

The ESOS Regulations 2014 bring into force Article 8 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive and mandate that large organisations in the UK undertake comprehensive assessments of energy use and energy efficiency opportunities at least once every four years.

Who is affected?

The criteria for inclusion to ESOS is not entirely straightforward, but essentially it applies to any large undertaking that carries out a trade or a business (most commonly a Company), and any corporate group where at least one member of the UK group meets the ESOS criteria.

  • A large undertaking is one that employs at least 250 people,
  • Or has an annual turnover in excess of €50 million and a balance sheet in excess of €43 million.
  • Most public sector bodies are excluded, but other organisations that receive some public funding, such as universities, may qualify.

 

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CASE STUDY – FEASIBILITY STUDY AT API SITE

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The latest case study from EECO2 focuses on an API manufacturing client site in Ireland. The client was developing an energy saving plan for the whole site, to reduce energy, carbon emissions and energy cost. The client engaged the EECO2 team to work up potential projects in more detail and also generate new ideas. EECO2 was commissioned to provide HVAC feasibility studies for energy reduction projects.

Method: The team began with a data collection exercise, liaising with site team, followed by a desktop review and initial analysis. The next step was a visit to the client site, to get a physical understanding of the issues, constraints and client expectations.

Results: Solutions including air change rate reduction and AHU fan efficiency improvements were involved in the 5 major HVAC projects refined by the feasibility study. The annual energy and cost savings identified can be seen on the case study PDF – 2,840 MWh and €174,000. More details on the additional solutions, can be found on the PDF and the case study itself.

Follow up: The API manufacturing client site continues to work through and implement the suggested projects and aims to reach the savings predicted.


If your site would benefit from a feasibility study, or energy assessment, we can do this for you too. Speak to us today to find out what we can deliver for your business. You can talk to our team on +44 (0) 1625 660 718 or email info@eeco2.com.

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NEW TWO-PART PAPER IN CLEAN AIR AND CONTAINMENT REVIEW

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A new two-part article has been published by Clean Air and Containment Review (CACR). The article, by Shuji Chen (EECO2), Andrew Butterworth (EECO2) and L. Jiang (University of Liverpool), appears in CACR issue 37 (Winter/Spring 2019) and is entitled ‘Air quality indices and cleanroom ventilation equations, and their application in a cleanroom HVAC system. Part one: theoretical considerations.’

This is the first part of a two-part paper, which summarizes current understanding of air quality indices and cleanroom ventilation equations and their use in a cleanroom heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. The equations for air quality indices, including the contaminant removal effectiveness index (CRE) and the air change effectiveness index (ACE) are reviewed, based on particles rather than gases, and dispersion rates from personnel and machinery are examined. The cleanroom ventilation equations, together with the air quality index and the dispersion rate of particles, are then used to calculate the minimum air change rate (ACR) that is required in non-unidirectional cleanrooms to achieve less than the maximum specified concentration of airborne particles.

The second part of the paper, set to be published in issue 38, will describe the experimental work carried out by EECO2 Ltd.

Read the article.

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CACR is a quarterly journal and comes as one of the member benefits for members of CCN (Contamination Control Network), the society for cleanroom, clean air and containment practitioners. To join CNN please contact membership@theccnet.org.

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EECO2 TO PRESENT POSTER AT CIBSE 2019 TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM

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This year EECO2’s Andrew Butterworth will be presenting on the poster entitled ‘Energy Efficiency in Cleanrooms’.

The poster explores the history of cleanrooms and goes on to explain the most recent technical advancements in the monitoring and controlling areas of cleanroom management. During Andrew’s presentation, he will introduce the Intelligent Cleanroom Control System (ICCS), which applies intelligent thinking for the modern cleanroom.

He will explain the advantages of monitoring and dynamically controlling a cleanroom, including reduction in energy consumption, energy cost savings and maintenance cost savings. He will explore the results observed at the EECO2 cleanroom test facility, which includes an approximate energy reduction of 60% compared with a static system (without using the ICCS).

He will also discuss the benefits in relation to cleanroom classification with continuous particle monitoring.

The CIBSE Technical Symposium is entitled ‘Transforming Built Environments – driving change with engineering’. The event aims to reshape regulation, understanding, practice and application to enhance the lifelong benefit of engineered environments.

When: Thursday 25 – Friday 26 April 2019

Where: University of Sheffield

Andrew’s presentation (reference 178) entitled ‘Energy Efficiency in Cleanrooms’ is scheduled for session 21 on Friday April 26th.

For more information, take a look at the CIBSE Technical Symposium 2019 Programme.

If you are attending the symposium, feel free to ask Andrew any questions you have about cleanroom monitoring or control as he is our expert in the field.

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EECO2 IN CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY

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The May 2019 issue of Cleanroom Technology features an article from EECO2, discussing real-time optimisation, demand-based control and fail-safe retrofitting.
In the article, the benefits of having an intelligent HVAC system are evaluated. It details the Intelligent Cleanroom Control System, ‘a brainchild’ of EECO2

The piece also covers retrofitting;
“Traditionally, retrofitting an intelligent HVAC system into an existing cleanroom has been a challenge because many solutions on the market could only be implemented successfully into a brand-new cleanroom. Despite the clear benefits of newer HVAC control systems, businesses are often reluctant to upgrade due to a fear of failure. That does not need to be the case anymore.”

The article is now available online, before the May issue is released. Read the article.

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If you want to find our more about the Intelligent Cleanroom Control System (ICCS) described in the feature, visit the ICCS page
 or contact the EECO2 team at .

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MEMU LISTED ON ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LIST (ETL)

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The MEMU has now been accepted onto the Energy Technology List. This is the UK version of the EEE Register for Ireland.

The Energy Technology List (ETL or Energy Technology Product List, ETPL) is managed by Carbon Trust on behalf of the UK government. It provides information on products that qualify for the government’s Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) tax scheme for businesses. The scheme allows businesses to write off the entire cost of any product included on the list against taxable profits.

See the MEMU listed here.

Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme

The ECA scheme means that a business can invest in energy-saving plant or machinery that might otherwise be too expensive.

The first year allowances let businesses set 100% of the cost of the assets against taxable profits in a single tax year. This means the company can write off the cost of the new plant or machinery against the business’s taxable profits in the financial year the purchase was made.

An ECA is claimed through a business’s income or corporation tax return in the same way as any other capital allowance. HM Revenue and Customs is responsible for the tax-related aspects of the ECA scheme.

Reference: www.gov.uk

For more information about the MEMU, ETL or the ECA scheme, email info@eeco2.com or call +44 (0) 1625 660717.

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