Industrial Refrigeration Services Ltd are joining forces with facilities management companies across the UK with the aim of reducing energy consumption in food production facilities, saving thousands of pounds each year.

Facilities management companies with a prime responsibility for efficiency of cooling systems such as industrial refrigeration and air conditioning, are working with IRS Ltd to gain long term control over their energy consumption. The complex roadmap of compliance with refrigerants such as R22 phase out, EPBD and F gas, leads to a clear partnership with IRS who are specialists in regularity requirements.

Mark Parsons, Managing Director of IRS Ltd explains “It is extremely important that we work together with facilities management companies and assist them in providing sustainable, energy efficient, cost effective and environmentally sound operations which will help to protect our natural resources”. He adds, “IRS Ltd have 25 years’ experience and knowledge in delivering specialist refrigeration and air conditioning services and are passionate about driving down our customer’s energy costs. This puts us in an advantageous position to support and advise facilities management companies in appropriately managing and reducing their energy consumption”.

In February of this year, IRS Ltd were pleased to announce they had received ISO 14001 accreditation to add to their impressive list of accreditations and certificates. ISO 14001 helps businesses improve their environmental performance by reducing consumption, avoiding waste and streamlining controls to work as efficiently as possible. IRS Ltd understands the importance of demonstrating its competency and compliance with health and safety legislation, policies and procedures and is committed to safeguarding the compliance of their customers through responsible energy and waste management.

With the recent celebrations of World Facilities Management Day on 13th July, IRS Ltd are offering FREE energy efficiency reviews in July and August in the Midlands to further strengthen their affiliation with the industry. Plus for more information about their new energy surveillance solutions, email or telephone 01527 577999.

Posted on 25/07/2016