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East Lindsey District Council
Royaume-Uni - 130 500 habitants



Présentation de l'organisation :

A profile of the district East Lindsey District Council is geographically one of the largest shire district councils in the country, and covers some 720 square miles. The district covers virtually the entire Lincolnshire coastline, including the seaside resorts of Skegness, Sutton on Sea and Mablethorpe. In the heart of the district lies the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The main industries are agriculture and tourism.





Initiatives de l'organisation pour la performance énergétique de ses bâtiments :

Energy efficient controls/optimisers fitted to most boiler plant.
The practice for monitoring all buildings has been ongoing for a number of years. The data has historically been compared with best practice data and more recently BV180 (which has since been discontinued).
Monitoring of bills and meter reads helps determine the true profile of a building.
All plant is on a maintenance schedule with various contractors.
Evaporation losses have always been claimed for our maintained swimming pools.
Where possible/practical, urinals are fitted with smart flush presence detectors.
Self-closing taps are installed in virtually every council owned building.
Where fluorescent light fittings have reached end of life, new energy efficient fluorescent lights (increased power factor) are fitted including intelligent light controls.
All ELDC owned pools have pool covers fitted to minimise heat losses. Pools also use heat recovery systems and plate heat exchangers for heating shower water.
2 of the main administration buildings use weather compensators to increase heating efficiency with rainwater harvesting a more recent project carried out at our head office.
The head office contains a UPS system that has power factor correction installed as part of the unit.
The procurement of energy is all completed in house, saving on consultant/agency fees. Where possible GREEN (climate levy exempt) energy is purchased by this authority.




Nombre de bâtiment engagés par catégorie jusqu'à aujourd'hui :


Crêche / Jardin d'enfants
Enseignement général
Enseignement professionnel
Administratifs
 
 
 
 12


Piscine
Gymnase
Social / Culturel
Entrepôt
 4
 1
 2
 3


Dispensaire médical
Centre de secours
Logement collectif
 
 
 


Habitat individuel
Commerce
Restaurant
Industrie
 
 
 
 




Contact :M. Mark Kirkby
Département :Technical Services

Adresse :

Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth
GB-LN11 8UP Lincolnshire
http://www.e-lindsey.gov.uk

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