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Savortex to lead ‘Innovation for sustainable procurement’ event with ImechE

27 June 2013

A seminar will take place on 9 July at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (ImechE) on Sustainable Procurement for Smart Buildings

Savortex, the recently ECA qualified and ETL approved British Eco hand dryer technology manufacturer has teamed up with ImechE to deliver a seminar that will address the social and economic obligation for a building designer or specifier to make buildings as energy-efficient and environmentally friendly as possible through their procurement process.

Speakers from CBRE, Frost & Sullivan and BAE Systems, will discuss the importance of sourcing innovative, low energy technology for UK building premises and how to encourage sustainable procurement for a greener future. Syed Ahmed, CEO, Savortex will be the keynote speaker and will be introducing some of the latest eco-friendly and smart hand drier technology.

Syed Ahmed, CEO Savortex said: “These are exciting times for the industry and for us as a company. The event is a joint collaboration between Imeche (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) and Savortex. The evening format will be a short seminar where some of the UK’s leading engineers, FMs, architects, procurement and sustainability champions are given the opportunity to listen to topics surrounding the importance of sustainable procurement in a 'smart buildings environment' to meet the increased pressure of energy targets.

He went on to say: “A networking event with canapés and drinks will take place in the Marble Room, downstairs afterwards and we look forward to demonstrating our latest technologies for sustainable hand drying products.”

Savortex design, create and deliver British award-winning, patented revolutionary energy efficient hand drying products for the global washroom sector The award-winning Vortex EcoSmart hand dryer from Savortex has recently been approved and accepted onto the Energy Technology List (ETL) by the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA).

Savortex aims to lead the industry through both innovation and the development of truly sustainable washroom products. They design and manufacture revolutionary low energy hand drying products for the global washroom sector and have brought to marketthe world’s first hand dryer to achieve a Guinness World Records title for its energy efficiency, drying most pairs of hand’s using just 30 KJ of energy.

9 July 6-9pm at ImechE, Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London
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