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Steve Houchen next to the Talbott TMA automatic wood waste heating system which heats Spira’s production areas.
STEVE Houchen, managing director for Spira Projects Ltd, a leader in retail joinery manufacture, says investing thousands of pounds to make his business more energy efficient has been worth every penny. With the cost of sending wood waste to landfill continuing to rise, Steve Houchen decided to take a good hard look at what else he could do with the left over timber produced by his successful joinery business.
It was the beginning of somewhat of a makeover for Spira Projects, which makes shop fittings and exhibition displays in Leicester for prestigious clients such as O2, Canon and Curry’s. Over the past five years Spira, which employs approximately 75 staff, has invested ?250,000 into various green technologies.
From Talbott heating systems that heat the company’s buildings using waste wood, to a spraying machine which distills paint strippers so they can be reused, Mr Houchen believes his company is now as sustainable as it can possibly be. Spira chose Talbott’s due to researching the market place for robust and well made equipment. Mr Houchen comments, “We are very impressed with both the performance of the heating systems as well as the after sales ser­vice provided by Talbott’s.
The firm has paid for some of its more significant investments using interest free loans and grants from EU funding bodies. The Talbott’s brand of wood waste heating systems and boilers has been established since the mid-seventies, therefore, offering a broad range of proven solutions.

Talbott’s offers a comprehensive service to support accreditation to the renewable heat incentive as well as offering in house funding solutions.
Amy Fielding, commercial director for Talbott’s, comments: “Initially it was a learning curve to ensure customers were meeting the requirements for the renewable heat incentive accreditation, but now we have supported a number of customers to successfully accredit their installation, we have it all worked out.
Talbott’s can offer simple ‘cost effective’ manual fed units that use wood off cuts for factory space heating as well as comprehensive district heating boiler type projects. In this infographic we take a look at the amount of energy consumed by heating and cooling systems and how investing in a new air conditioner can help lower your electric bill. So with these amazing facts on heating and cooling energy consumption, how can homeowners save money and energy with a new air conditioning system? These investments have led to huge cost and energy savings as well as a reduction in the amount of wood waste sent to landfill. The largest investment was an automated Talbott TMA 300 kW air space heating unit, which is fuelled by general wood waste and generates enough heat for the main production areas. The company visited local working installations of Talbott equipment where heaters had been installed for many years with trouble-free operation. The company’s most recent accomplishment is that it has installations accredited for the Government’s renewable heat incentive scheme that was launched at the end of 2011. The company is also authorised UK distributors for the Untha range of wood waste shredding machinery.
The latest data reports that energy consumption from heating and cooling is no longer the top energy consuming item in U.S.
The company has also installed a number of Talbott manual fed units, which simply use the general wood off cuts, chipboard and MDF to provide heat for other buildings.

The company has since continued to purchase further equipment from Talbott’s as the company has grown.
We have continued to go back to Talbott’s as we are confident they will always recommend the best solution for our needs. The new scheme is proving very popular with the woodworking and manufacturing industries, where not only can using on site generated wood waste or biomass defer waste from landfill and eliminate oil or gas usage for factory heating, but also attract a tariff for each kW of heat generated. By replacing a 10 year old system homeowners can save between 20 and 40% on their energy bills.
Even though the larger biomass system was a significant investment, the payback has only taken three years by reducing the amount of oil we use and we are not sending waste to landfill.” It has also meant prestigious, high-profile companies have been keener to work with Spira.
Companies can benefit by earning thousands from the Government ‘cash back’ scheme, where once accredited the tariff is guaranteed for 20 years, allowing the company to profit from the investment year on year. Here is a quick chart on annual operating costs to help you decide which rating is going to benefit you for the life of the system. Today, the minimum standard is 13 SEER. So even if your air conditioner is not at the end of it’s life, you still can upgrade and recover part of the installation cost with the additional energy savings each month.

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