When Mere Sands Wood, a nature reserve in West Lancashire, decided to create a new visitor centre and café, minimising its impact on the local wildlife was top of its list of priorities. The reserve’s owner, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, opted to install Pilkington AviSafe™.
Jacksons Fencing has been an advocate for helping wildlife for many years. In 2015, it was the first British fencing manufacturer to create a hedgehog friendly timber gravel board.
Pilkington United Kingdom Limited has developed AviSafe™ – a new glass with a special coating designed to help prevent birds from colliding with windows.
Staff at CMS Group are voluntarily taking part in a programme to help wildlife thrive at the company’s main manufacturing site and have been recognised for their efforts by leading UK wildness charity, the John Muir Trust.
CMS Window Systems staff have embarked on a sustained programme to improve the natural environment, which kicked off with the company’s first ever ‘Wellbeing Week’ in October.
The Aggregate Industries team at Haughmond Hill Quarry has shown nine university students the importance of being environmentally conscious in industry, through a visit to the site.
What was once a working quarry has been transformed into a new wetland haven for wildlife, courtesy of work by Aggregate Industries and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.
Continuing its commitment to safeguarding cherished wildlife at its sites, Aggregate Industries is undertaking another major conservation project at its Isle of Grain terminal in Kent.
As part of REHAU’s commitment to the environment and endeavours to turn the tide on plastic waste, the company has sponsored a beach clean at Lligwy, North Wales.