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[3 Dec 2010 | No Comment | ]

Greater Manchester Waste PFI project involves a £640 million construction programme to provide waste services for over 973,000 households in the Greater Manchester area, recycling around 1.3 million tonnes of waste material each year. The landmark project represents an important step for the UK on the road to meeting national and EU-wide waste and recycling targets…

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[7 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

Is it a close up of a Seat Ibiza ? No it’s Colorcoat Prisma® in a new green – Linden Green to be precise. This vibrant colour has been produced specifically for the SBEC building currently being constructed on our Shotton site, the green colour being chosen to represent the green technological development that will be going on inside…

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[1 Aug 2007 | No Comment | ]

Figures from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) show that 59 people died in the construction industry during 2005/06, 13 of whom suffered accidents by falling from a height. In fact, falls from height have long been the biggest cause of construction fatalities, and falls are the second biggest cause of major injury. During the […]

Best Practice on site, Colorcoat Connection »

[26 Jul 2007 | No Comment | ]

Is there any best practice advice you can give me on how to best seal built- up side lap joints?  Side lap joints are formed where the profiled edge of one sheet overlaps the edge of the adjacent sheet. Liner sheets are normally 0.4 mm or 0.7mm thick. The joint is sealed either using a […]