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Accoya®, the world-leading modified wood manufactured by Accsys Technologies, has been used to create a unique “floating” bridge in the Dutch city of Bergen op Zoom.
Cutting energy and water bills is not only good for your budget, it’s also great for the planet. There are simple, tested and proven ways to cut your utility bills by reducing consumption of electricity and water at home and in business. In doing so
Green Building Store's Ecoplus3 FSC timber window & door range has just teamed up with the Trees for Yorkshire campaign to plant 1000 trees at White Rose Forest sites at nearby Scammonden Water in West Yorkshire over the next 4 years.
Most of us want to make choices that reduce our impact on the environment or at least not make ones that are overtly detrimental. When it comes to choosing building materials it can seem like every choice is a bad one.
A new energy efficiency rating level for windows was launched today, Monday 9th September 2013, by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) with the Ecoplus3 range one of the first window ranges in the UK to receive the new rating.
Tuesday 13th June launches Brighton and Hove Eco Open Houses event, 2013. The largest event to date, this year’s network will showcase a myriad of different and inspiring properties. Councillor Pete West, Brighton and Hove Green party
Claire Potter Design have been looking at how living green wall systems can be used to bring a bit of the Pantone colour of 2013, Emerald Green into an interior space, even though the green wall is most often seen outside.
Today we are looking at the second cause of a cold house in winter after a general lack of insulation. The draught. These are due to inevitable little holes which will still rush through with cold air, taking all your hard earned heat with them.
Worrying about the heat of your house is usually a fleeting concern for us in the UK, but for those very odd occasions when the sun is beating down and the temperature inside is rising,
Since opening in June 2009, Bricks & Bread Sustainability Centre have had an amazing 9310 Local resident visitors, 10377 Businesses visitors and 1298 Children (who have visited the Centre for free training and awareness events) visit