Environmentally friendly constructions are the new normal. To achieve that goal, it is essential to have a thorough knowledge of the materials used, where they come from and their carbon footprint. CUPA PIZARRAS has more…
Numerous modern construction projects have been utilising PVCu beads from Renderplas. Made from up to 100% recycled materials, these beads offer a sizeable reduction in carbon footprint when compared to traditional stainless steel alternatives.
Faced with tighter budgets and soaring energy costs, education leaders and decision makers probably don’t have secondary glazing top of their to-do list. But an investment in installation now can lead to impressive results, as Selectaglaze explains…
Since 2012, Danish acoustic panel manufacturer Troldtekt has led the way with its sustainable practices and leadership.
With each cubic meter of timber storing up to a tonne of carbon dioxide – or the equivalent of 120,000 mobile phone charges – one sure-fire way to reduce your project’s emissions is by incorporating timber windows and doors from Bereco.
When Hull and East Yorkshire Centre for the Deaf needed a modern heating system to replace its existing boiler which was experiencing faults, Hamworthy Heating stepped in…
Sustainable block manufacturer, Lignacite, has taken the initiative to fast-track its journey to net zero by switching its on-site plant vehicles to HVO fuel.
Gilberts Blackpool is demonstrating by example how manufacturers can make better use of their buildings to improve their carbon footprint and optimise operating costs.
Flooring companies participating in the Recofloor commercial waste vinyl flooring take back scheme are contributing to a greener outlook for the sector by reducing the carbon footprint of their activities. Carla Eslava, Recofloor Scheme Manager, explains how it works.
Mark Worrall, CEO of BBI Services, explains how perfecting processes is a vital way construction organisations can cut their carbon footprints.