Environmentally Friendly Hoarding

The work being undertaken should have a minimal impact on the environment.

Measures should be actively sought and implemented to protect and enhance the environment.

Below is an example of how environmentally friendly hoarding has been used on site:

  • The hoarding was made from recycled plastic bottles;
  • Although this was more expensive to obtain initially, the hoarding can be reused multiple times on sites. This is a cost effective method with real benefits in reducing the site’s use of timber and improving the carbon footprint;
  • The hoarding could also be fully recycled at the end of its life.

To read more about recycled external hoarding systems, click below.

Ecogenik


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Monitor Report, Kind & Company (Builders) Ltd, London, January 2015


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