The central vacuum issue has been around for some time and the issues that arise with it are fairly significant.
However, the issue has come under the spotlight as the European Union (EU) has made it compulsory for all public buildings and the state to install central vacuum technology.
In the process, the vacuum industry has become an important source of income for the countrys economy.
The EU has mandated that all public and private buildings in the EU must have the technology to install the technology.
The central government has already started to install a central vacuum in a number of buildings.
In addition, it is likely to have a central supply for the market.
According to an article in the Sunday Times, the main issues are that the vacuum is not environmentally friendly, has no proven efficacy and is not cost effective.
The issue is a serious one as it affects not only the vacuum, but also the surrounding environment.
It is important to note that it is not just the vacuum itself that is a concern.
The vacuum itself has to be kept clean.
The article further notes that the installation process is not cheap.
According to a recent report by the company, it costs around EUR 20,000 to install an electric central vacuum, which is around half of the total cost of a standard central vacuum.
While there is some debate over the environmental impacts of the vacuum technology, there is also some evidence to suggest that the central vacuum can be a useful device in the environment.
According the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), in addition to being a key part of the energy efficiency of buildings, it also reduces CO2 emissions.
The report suggests that it would be a positive for the environment to have an effective central supply.