Minimising Cement Bag Waste

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The site team at Lillie Square Phase 2 no longer have to manage the waste associated with cement bags.

They have begun using D-sack cement bags. These are placed directly into the mixer and then disappear. By using these, the site team have significantly reduced their paper waste.

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Monitor report. Wates Construction. London. December 2019.


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  1. ian saward says:

    wow this is a saving ? that’s how our company will champion it .

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