5 Tips for Preparing a Construction Site for Winter

Winter makes construction all the more difficult, whether you’re dealing with ice on the roads or clearing snow so you can get back to work. Businesses have to keep employees warm in addition to keeping them safe since shutting down for the season is rarely an option. Here are five tips for preparing a construction... Read more »

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UK Natural Disasters: Preparation

It’s often unexpected when natural disasters strike home — with many left wondering what they should do in such circumstances. We take a look at how Brits can prepare for, and then recover from, various types of disasters which can all prove very problematic: The impact of drought You can’t deny that we use a... Read more »

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The Common Industry Uses for Aluminum Foil Tape

  You probably see it in grocery stores. It is probably found inside your cupboard. When you drop by your favourite snack house, you get your burger wrapped in it. And when you go home from a party, your generous friend wraps a take-home pasta in it. Your mom was furious when she didn’t notice... Read more »

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Should You Call In the Roof Repair People?

Various home improvement projects, especially those that teether over into the world of DIY, have been all the rage on the internet lately. Modern kitchen solutions, upcycling old furniture, creative gardening alternatives for an urban environment – you name it, and Pinterest will most likely have it.  However, there is one crucial element of the... Read more »

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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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