This year’s Futurebuild will be a landmark event for EDGE London, as they continue their path to raising awareness of the sustainable solutions that are available to reduce the impact of the built environment on our natural environment. Newton Waterproofing will be an active contributor on the EDGE stand (Stand D60) at Futurebuild this March.
A member of the Newton team will be on hand throughout the event to talk about our sustainable construction initiatives.
Newton is pleased to be part of the EDGE Centre’s awareness campaign by showcasing the company’s commitment to helping shape the green agenda in the waterproofing industry and provide more options for sustainable construction.
Robynne Hammer, COO of EDGE, comments: “The construction industry has a significant role to play in our global transition towards more environmentally sustainable economies and societies. Not only do buildings leave behind a large environmental footprint during their construction, but their lifelong impact is often substantial.
“Current industry standards and practices are simply not going to allow us to achieve our environmental goals and obligations, and something needs to change.
“Fortunately, there are a great number of more sustainable alternatives to the materials and products that are widely used in the industry which allow us to design and construct buildings that integrate with our environment rather than erode it.
“Here at EDGE, we find the companies producing those sustainable alternatives, and consolidate their products and materials into a convenient, one-stop-shop.
“We offer a tangible and attainable vision for the future for anyone who is interested in reducing the impact of their living and working spaces on the environment. We are tremendously excited to present this vision to a wider audience of like-minded individuals at Futurebuild this March between the 1st – 3rd.”
Newton always takes pride in its continued sustainability initiatives. For example, its award-winning recycling service, launched in 2017, enables the company to collect, process and recycle all waste off-cuts of its HDPE plastic waterproofing membrane, as well as the used plastic and metal containers that store our liquid products.
And in 2021, the Newton CDM System became the first Type C waterproofing system in the UK to be certified to the BES 6001 standard for responsible sourcing by BRE.
Newton’s Recycling Service and partnership with a leading waste management business, combined with a BES 6001 certification, a range of waterproofing products made with recycled plastic and our long-standing partnership with Surfers Against Sewage, a UK marine conservation charity, all demonstrate its continuing commitment to sustainable construction.
Warren Muschialli, Managing Director of Newton, comments: “We want all our customers to know that when they work with Newton, they’re using a socially responsible company with sustainability at the top of its agenda.”
To visit the EDGE stand at Futurebuild 2022 and find out more about Newton Waterproofing, register here and find the company on Stand D60.
Newton Waterproofing Systems,
17-20 Sovereign Way,
Phone: 01732 360 095
Fax: 01732 359 033
E-mail: [email protected]
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