Landscape Amenity PRODUCT UPDATE The Cityscape element takes
green infrastructure as its theme, tackling the inter-connected challenges facing the urban public realm – social, economic, environmental – and looks to the improvements that urban green space can deliver by encouraging walking, meeting, playing and relaxing, and creating a closer sense of community.
August Bioclean UK Ltd New
to the UK, August Bioclean UK Ltd will present their biological waste water treatment system. Independently and stringently tested, it complies with the EU Construction Products Directive (89/106/EEC), and the Annex ZA of CEN Standard 12566-3:2006, and allows treated water to be returned to the ground or open water without any harmful effects. Wienerberger - pavers, street
furniture, blocks, tiles, photovoltaic roof systems will unveil the latest Aquata pavers which fulfil the latest sustainable urban drainage requirements. The paver display will be complimented by Wienerberger’s new range of street furniture including a 100% recycled bench made from aluminium cans, the precision engineered clay block Porotherm - which includes up to 30 per cent recycled content – and a vast range of clay-based tiles and photovoltaic roof system, all boasting environmental benefits. And finally…… Wienerberger’s brick manufactured clay bat boxes will also be on display. Lafarge Group – sustainable
e Lafarge Group will showcase their latest innovations in eco-efficient building products, including its pioneering sustainable bulk cement PhoenixTM,
packed cement range including Postcrete, Quality Assured Mortar Mix and Extra-Rapid, which have been developed with a focus on reduced environmental impact and its range of innovative sustainable readymix concretes Lafarge’s Land and Planning will be available to discuss the group’s sustainable regeneration projects including the redevelopment of Magheramorne cement quarry in Northern Ireland into the first One Planet Living Community in the UK. SureSet UK Ltd are the
market leaders in permeable resin bound paving.
manufacture, supply and lay resin bound paving throughout the whole of the UK and provide an attractive, no loose stone finish, suitable for many applications such as patios,
pathways, car parks, access roads, tree surrounds and even as a DIY kit for smaller projects.Th
e permeable paving is suitable for use in any SUDS application. Formpave will be exhibiting
a number of their specialist products including their Storm Water Source Control System and range of Aquaflow Permeable Paving.
The range includes
Aquasett Combined; a stunning modular permeable paving with an olden finish, which is perfect for use in conservation areas or on projects where architectural heritage is a major consideration. Formpave will also be
showcasing their Eco Granite Range, which is manufactured from recycled aggregates. Consisting of Cobbles, Setts and Paving, the Granite range has been designed to replicate the stunning granites found in Cornwall and in the Royal Deeside region of Scotland. Boddingtons Limited is a British manufacturer offering a
range of ground reinforcement and protection products, for both grass and gravel surfaces. The company’s in-house technical sales team will be available on stand 1368, showcasing their leading range of products and offering product guidance for any suitable applications and projects that you might have. One key new product on display is BodPave®85; the new, next generation in ground reinforcement paving grids. The product offers a strong (up to 400 t/m2), interlocking, 100% recycled cellular porous plastic solution for grass reinforcement,
stabilisation and gravel retention for regularly trafficked surfaces (pedestrians and vehicles). The product is UV stabilised (HDPE) and is chemically inert & non-toxic offering a strong, durable, safe and eco-friendly surface.
include a unique open cell structure which promotes optimum grass growth and drainage, integral ground spikes to resist deformation and lateral movement and cell ‘castellations’ to improve traction and lateral grass root growth.
Boddingtons will also
showcase their enhanced GrassProtecta® grass protection product, which is a heavy duty thick polyethylene mesh with a special oscillated structure, designed to increase traction and improve slip resistance by 97% compared to standard straight oriented meshes. The product is supplied on a roll and is rolled- out (and fixed) directly on to existing grassed surfaces prone to wear or rutting. GrassProtecta® allows the grass to grow through the mesh creating a natural grassed surface suitable for both vehicles and pedestrian. Applications include overflow car parks, disabled access routes and pedestrian paths.
ECOBUILD PREVIEW 21 New
Biodiverse Green Roof Mat at Ecobuild
Eco Fencing is the market leader in the manufacturing of recycled UPVC fence post and gravel board systems. All their products are manufactured in the UK and distributed to over 120 stockists throughout the country. Wood - grain by Eco Fencing is an innovative product which blends the qualities of UPVC with a look and feel of timber. Eco Fencing offers its users a real and environmentally friendly alternative to concrete and timber fencing systems without compromising usability and cost. Eco Fencing products are stronger than concrete yet incredibly light and are low maintenance thanks to our unique composite skin. Eco Fencing products are manufactured from 92% recycled material and are available in varying lengths to suit most applications. British Recycled Products
offer a range of high quality 100% recycled landscaping and construction products and outdoor furniture. They also offer bespoke design from their experienced technical team.Th
eir range is long lasting and virtually maintenance free, offering a cost
effective solution that will lower the carbon footprint of any project.Al
l products are made exclusively in Britain from British waste, that would otherwise end up in landfill. They are committed to widening the market for recycled,
friendly alternatives to traditional materials. The Tree Council is the UK's
lead charity for trees in all settings, urban and rural, promoting their importance in a changing environment and it works in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. It was founded after Plant A Tree In '73 and works towards making trees matter to people; more trees, of the right kind, in the right places; better care for all trees of all ages and inspiring effective action for trees.
Members range from
professional, non-governmental, specialist and trade organisations, including other conservation charities,
departments and local authorities. Timberwright Ltd is an
award-winning practice established by Andrew Trotman in 2004 to provide a unique holistic service in the design, engineering and making of bespoke timber structures including buildings, bridges, and landscape structures & furniture.Th
e work is design led and a sustainable approach is fundamental. The designs are site-specific and aim to link man and landscape; the built and the organic. PavegenEnergy harvesting
paving systems offer Flexible paving slabs that generate energy for lighting, signage and information displays from people footsteps.
A new Biodiverse Green
Roof Mat will be launched at Ecobuild 2010 by Lindum. The new pre-grown vegetative mat is designed to provide a biodiverse and visually pleasing alternative to pure sedum blankets.
It consists of an attractive
mixture of drought tolerant wildflowers, herbs, sedums and perennials that flower from April to September, providing an excellent habitat for bumblebees, butterflies, birds and invertebrates, whilst still offering the drought tolerant characteristics of sedums.It
has been developed to provide a habitat for conserving biodiversity in urban environments, and to be able to survive long periods without rainfall, a key feature given the UK’s changing climate. For more information on the Lindum product range visit stand 1366 at this years Ecobuild
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