Planters Created on Site

At our site on Nottingham University Hospital, we created planters from the old RF cage.

These were used to protect the MRI magnetic gauze lines created from the x-rays taken by the machine.

These planters were made from very thin copper on existing timber frames, which we cut down to size and lined with hessian to create the planters as part of our contribution to the environment on site.

These planters have been planted with chillies, strawberries and sunflowers.

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