A guide to effective hazardous waste management

iteWhen you’re dealing with hazardous waste, as a business, it’s important that your organisation has an effective waste management solution in place. When hazardous waste is improperly handled, it can be harmful to human health and environmental safety. Hazardous waste can take many forms, including solids, liquids, sludges, and contained gases; in these forms, it... Read more »

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What makes Big Ben tick?

Alongside the London Eye and Buckingham Palace, Big Ben is one of London’s most iconic landmarks. A staple of the city’s skyline, residents and tourists are used to hearing the iconic hourly chimes — but no more. On 21st August 2017, Big Ben rang out for the last time, as work commences on a four-year... Read more »

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How does the construction industry fare on gender diversity?

With some construction industry professionals feeling ‘there is a definite prejudice against women’ in the construction industry; it would appear there is still inequality of opportunity for women, with one in five UK construction companies having no women in senior roles. Half of all construction firms cite they have never had a female manager within... Read more »

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World’s 4 Most Expensive Megaprojects

A megaproject can be considered as zeniths of human accomplishment with the hint of innovations and new techniques. Megaprojects are something that simply doesn’t have any shortcuts. These ambitious projects involve huge money and are futuristic in nature. The builders often have to embrace the unknown that is often filled with risks and also cost... Read more »

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Planning a New Home? Add That Extra Touch with Ethereal Gardenscapes

When planning a new home, probably the last thing on your mind is the lawn and garden. You found a builder who will let you pick and choose design features in the home, but when it comes to the lawn, most builders plant grass and add a few small shrubs near the home more for... Read more »

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What do garden villages mean for the UK housing sector

Soon, the UK will be home to at least 17 new garden towns and villages. These are settlements built on brownfield land away from established communities and are predicted by experts to significantly improve the state of the country’s housing industry, which is under considerable strain. But what exactly are garden villages and how will... Read more »

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