Why reuse construction materials

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Why reuse construction materials

7th February 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Did you know that you can recycle construction materials instead of throwing then away? Researches show that builder’s rubbish amounts for a large portion of the generated garbage in the United Kingdom. This means that the more construction materials are being reused the greater financial gains you will benefit from and vice versa. So, if the idea of recycling builder’s waste sounds appealing to you, keep reading because we will give some pointers on how you can reuse such materials. continue reading

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The Cleanest Boroughs of London

23rd January 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

London is a huge city with millions of people living and working in it. Despite the fact that the capital has the highest percentage of open green spaces within its territory in comparison with any other big city in Europe, pollution is among the most serious problems that local councils and residents of the metropolitan area face. So, the question “which are the cleanest boroughs in London” is actually pretty relevant? So, here they are. continue reading

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