New EU rules agreed to determine which investments are green

New EU rules agreed to determine which investments are green

EU Parliament negotiators reached an agreement with Council in late 2019 on new criteria to determine whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable. The so-called ‘taxonomy regulation’ stipulates that the following environmental objectives should be considered when evaluating how sustainable an economic activity is: - climate change mitigation and adaptation; -

Marley Eternit Antislip Decking creates striking community boardwalk

Marley Eternit Antislip Decking creates striking community boardwalk

Marley Eternit Antislip decking has been specified on a pioneering project to build a brand new community in Leicester. The European redwood decking has been used to create a stunning timber boardwalk, providing a scenic pedestrian link and acting as a focal point for the entrance of the New Lubbesthorpe

Kingspan helps transport London Bridge Station into the future

Kingspan helps transport London Bridge Station into the future

The Kingspan OPTIM-R Flooring System has been installed as part of the £1bn refurbishment of London Bridge Station. The system was specified in two retail units due to its optimal thermal performance. This allowed the floor construction depth to be minimised, providing an even transition for shoppers entering from the

Kingspan launches ocean plastic clean-up partnership

Kingspan launches ocean plastic clean-up partnership

Kingspan, the global leader in high performance insulation and envelope solutions for low-carbon buildings, has committed to recycling 500m plastic bottles each year by 2023 for use in its insulation with a further target of 1bn bottles each year by 2025. This recycling initiative is part of a broader Kingspan