Wrong label attracts £15,000 penalty
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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