Hospitals honored for heating pipeline project

October 30, 2017

A controversial hospital heating pipeline project in Headington, England, has won a sustainability award, according to an article on the Oxford Mail website.

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was awarded Sustainability Project of the Year by the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM).

The 2.2km heat-sharing pipeline between the John Radcliffe Hospital and Church Hospital is saving the trust £460,000 a year on energy bills and cutting 10,000 ton of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

The eight-month construction had riled residents in the area.

Read the article.


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