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    Natural Stone veneers from Realstone Systems combine the timeless beauty and durability of real stone with the ease of installation of thin stone veneers. The Realstone collection of panels, mats and...
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    At Powerday we are passionate about recycling and the role of renewables to satisfy the energy demands of the UK. We’ve invested heavily in our new materials recycling facilities and continue to...
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    EMR is a global leader in metal recycling. We are privately owned with a heritage dating back to the 1940s and employ around 4000 people operating at 150 locations around the world. Our core...
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    Leader in Europe The Wavin Group is Europe’s leading supplier of plastic pipe systems and solutions. It provides integrated above and below ground solutions for water supply, sewer, drainage,...
  • Article - 17 May 2004
    This study, which includes a characterisation of the material and an evaluation of the final properties, examines the slate waste and its behaviour during compaction to determine whether it is...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2003
    The effect of glass waste on the properties of ceramic wall materials was investigated, the optimum batch composition was developed, and an experimental lot of bricks was produced on existing...
  • Article - 4 Jun 2004
    A research project carried out by the Concrete Technology Unit at the University of Dundee, has developed specifications and specification clauses geared towards assisting engineers in the use of...
  • Article - 4 Jun 2004
    A research project carried out by the Concrete Technology Unit at the University of Dundee, has developed specifications and specification clauses geared towards assisting engineers in the use of...
  • Article - 4 Jun 2004
    The pozzolanic properties of rice husk ash pretreated with hydrochloric acid are reported. Technical Brief.
  • Article - 4 Jun 2004
    The possibility of producing lightweight clay bricks using combustion waste obtained from the residue (pomace) in olive oil production is reported. Technical Brief.