Wrong label attracts £15,000 penalty

4th November 2014


The National Measurement Office has issued a £15,000 variable monetary penalty to electrical distributors Pik-a-Pak after tests revealed that the energy performance of its IG3970 freezer did not match the claims on the energy label.

The freezer, an IGenix brand, which is owned by Pik-a-Pak, was found to be using 49.2% more energy, on average, than was claimed. Pik-a-Pak returned all of its stock of the IG3970 freezer to the man

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