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ABC+D Magazine | Fri, 30 May 2014
One of the most important environmental challenges facing the UK is how best to deal with extreme weather conditions, particularly bad cases of stormwater. Following the severe flooding that parts of the UK experienced at the start of the year, it is becoming increasingly clear that the most effective course of action would be to prioritise planning for how to manage these situations in advance. Here, Terry Sloman, regional sales support manager for Burdens Utilities, discusses the ...
Wrekin Products | Mon, 14 Jul 2014
Following advice from their specification team, Wrekin Product’s supplied G H Brooks and Co of Harrogate, part of the H&B Group, with geosynthetics including a combination of E’GRID 2020 geogrid and Multitrack 1000 non-woven geotextile to reinforce weak soils ready for the development project to stabilise ground ready for reclamation at the University of York.
Brett Landscaping | Wed, 4 Jun 2014
Trief vehicle containment kerbs from Brett Landscaping have been used in application as part of Manchester’s Metrolink project, specified to produce a high standard of vehicle and pedestrian safety on the 18 bridges around the tram lines. The 400mm high Trief containment kerb has been installed between carriageway and footway at the bridges, providing a barrier for the driver if a vehicle should unintentionally leave the road whilst guiding it back on without entering other lanes of ...
Hydro International | Mon, 2 Jun 2014
With news that DEFRA has postponed the start date to introduce compulsory legislation for Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) in England and Wales, Alex Stephenson, chair of the British Water Sustainable Water Management Focus Group and Operations Director of the UK Stormwater Division of Hydro International, has spoken of the need for the government to implement the legislation before the 2015 general election.