We are pleased to announce that BSEE and Baxi Commercial Division are collaborating again to offer one lucky reader the chance to help out their local community by entering the 2012 Baxi Community Challenge. The winner could be any one of a diverse number of organisations from a scout/guide hut, a recreation field pavilion, a band hut, a youngsters' football changing facility, a children's arts & crafts recycling centre, a village museum, club halls and many more. But if you don't put them forward we won't know about them and they will miss out on this tremendous opportunity. Entries are not restricted to registered charities and we would be happy to hear about any community projects where new space heating and/or hot water provision would make a real difference to the people using the building.
Baxi Commercial Division offers one of the broadest ranges of commercial high efficiency condensing boilers and direct fired water heaters, together with compatible low and zero carbon solutions, currently available in the UK. What will it cost? It will cost you nothing financially and your involvement in time need be nothing beyond completing the on-line entry form. Who can you help? Any 'worthy cause' that operates out of a building which needs a new 'commercial- sized' gas-fired water heater or boiler. What is the main criterion? The community building must have a suitable gas supply. Who should complete the entry form? Preferably, but not necessarily, someone with guidance from a 'competent' heating engineer.
The Baxi Community Challenge is easy to enter, simply visit the BSEE website and complete the on-line entry form. This will ask you to tell us about the cause you have nominated as well as the details we need to know about the building and its existing heating provision. Then wait for us to contact you. Entries must be received by the end of March and we will feature some of the applicants in subsequent issues of BSEE before announcing the winner later in the year.
So, what are you waiting for? In this age of austerity, why not take up the challenge in 2012 to help make a difference to a worthy cause in your community.