Federation of Environmental Trade Associations

The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) is the recognised UK body which represents the interests of manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the heat pump, controls, ventilating, refrigeration & air conditioning industry. It is split into six principle Associations ADCAS - BCIA - BFCMA, BRA, HEVAC and HPA.

Details about these are highlighted below:

  • Association of Ductwork Contractors and Allied Services (ADCAS) Representing ductwork contractors and the allied services which form an integral part of the ventilation and air-conditioning industry.Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Representing the UK building controls industry.
  • British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers Association (BFCMA) Representing factory-made chimney products.
  • British Refrigeration Association (BRA) Representing manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, contractors and end-users of refrigeration plant.
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Manufacturers Association (HEVAC) Representing manufacturers and distributors in all sections of the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Industry
  • Heat Pump Association (HPA) Representing leading companies in the field of heat pump technology, using waste heat (from the ground or water) and turning it into heating and cooling.

The FETA Network: FETA works closely with Government bodies, other Associations and organisations. These include Department for environment for Food and Rural affairs (DEFRA), Environment Agency (EA) and the Carbon Trust (CA)

Our Mission

To enable our members to compete on favourable terms in an improved national and international business climate.

Our Aims

• To be the representative voice of the UK HVACR industry so as to promote and defend its interests and those of our members.
• To provide high-quality, cost-effective services and programmes tailored to members’ needs.
• To facilitate and promote the growth of the industry in national and international markets.
• To participate in scientific, public and policy debates which might affect members and so influence policies, legislation, regulations and standards.
• To provide members with a source of information on market issues, legislation, training, technological advances and research.
• To be sensitive to, and satisfy the distinct needs of, the many sectors of industry represented by and within the Federation.
• To be a growing, pro-active trade association actively collaborating with other similar organisations and working for a better future for the industry in general and for our members in particular.
Member Services
• Focal point for sector issues, concerns or initiatives.
• Protect, promote or represent members’ interests to the European Commission, UK government, devolved authorities, national agencies and other trade bodies.
• Conduit to the trade press on sector topics.
• International hub, particularly on regulatory and technical matters.
• Publication of guides and codes of practice, often on a joint basis with recognised authorities.
• Coordination of statistics surveys for specialist groups.
• Forum for regular section meetings and subject-specific working groups.
• Liaison with professional institutes and institutions.
• Access to training, seminars and workshops on a range of technical or commercial topics.
• Route to advice on legislation, regulations, standards, exports, technical and business queries.
• Affinity schemes to reduce company expenditure in areas such as insurance and legal advice.
• Large website with dedicated association sections and a restricted access members’ area.
• Monthly bulletins, quarterly technical reports and an annual magazine.
• High profile, formal, annual lunch for members and guests. Annual membership certificate. Association logos for promotional use.

For further Information please contact us

Federation of Environmental Trade Associations Ltd
2 Waltham Court,
Milley Lane,
Hare Hatch,
RG10 9TH
United Kingdom

Tel No: + 44 (0)118 940 3416
Fax No: + 44 (0)118 940 6258
Wesbite: www.feta.co.uk

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