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Lindum expects concrete bill decrease with solar set up

Lindum expects concrete bill decrease with solar set up: Construction firm Lindum has purchased a solar array project located at its North Hykeham Business Park in Lincoln that is anticipated to lower its yearly electricity bill by nearly £16,000. The solar array is made up of 429 panels, that can generate as much as 156kW…
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UK approves one of Sellafield nuclear site’s greatest plans

UK approves one of Sellafield nuclear site’s greatest plans: One of Sellafield nuclear site’s “biggest ever” construction plans has made a massive step forward following approval for the entire business case by the UK Government. Once finished, the Sellafield Product & Residue Store Retreatment Plant will treat & store significant nuclear waste for up to…
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AFC Energy & Mace assist construction sites to go green

AFC Energy & Mace assist construction sites to go green: Construction & consultancy group Mace has teamed up with hydrogen power generation technology provider AFC Energy to set up zero-emission power systems on construction sites. The team will have hydrogen generators take place of polluting diesel generators on both British & international sites. The first…
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Is the world’s sand shortage getting worse?

Is the world’s sand shortage getting worse?: The world may be heading towards a sand shortage Scientists warn, a global issue is predicted to intensify by the manufacture and rollout of Covid-19 vaccines. After water, sandGreen trains for Piccadilly line unveiled by TfL is considered the most consumed raw material. When mixed with bitumen, when…
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5 new circular economy hubs supported by £22.5m funding

5 new circular economy hubs supported by £22.5m funding: The government is investing £22.5 million in the making of 5 new centres helping Britain move forward to a circular economy. They will delve into how reusing waste materials in the textiles, construction, chemical & metal industries can deliver major environmental advantages and boost the UK…
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