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Black Redstarts on London Olympic Green Roof http://dustygedge.co.uk/roadblog/2013/05/breeding-black-redstarts-o...
French association Plantes et Cité has developed a new Ecogardening label for zero pesticides landscapes : label Ecojardin on http://www.plante-et-cite.fr/le-referentiel-ecojardin-28443.html
the enery can be provided by a solar panel!
we send thesub base removed to a recycling plant
Hi Karl, the brochure you sent was pretty thorough but I am just not sure how to weigh up the footprint of substances like polyurethane polymers against other materials! in its favour, your product is long lasting and uses recycled materials, whereas real timber deck is hard to source sustainably (hardwoods anyway) and may need chemical treatments...
Rose, last year I completed a decking project using boards made from recycled materials. They were just as easy to use as wood only a little heavier and the finish was just as good. The only thing I would say is make sure you use grooved boards as they can be slippery.
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