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The disposal of waste from construction sites has become an expensive business. Gone are the days where everything was piled into a skip and taken off to be dumped in landfill for little or no expense.

The Small Environmental Guide for Construction Workers is for professional contractors and tradesmen working on all types of construction sites. It illustrates how working in an ‘environmentally friendly’ way can help to improve business performance and save you money in the process. Getting it right not only reduces the risk of prosecution, but also helps you to stay in business.

So what’s in it for you? If the business can save costs from getting rid of inefficiencies, these savings could well filter down to you. Besides, you can do you bit for the environment and help save resources.

This guide includes:

  • Handy tips for reducing waste
  • Good practice in preventing pollution
  • Relevant legislation
  • Where to find more information

Download the resource below to access The Small Environmental Guide for Construction Workers

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