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    News Archive for November 2008

    5 Star Portable Chemical Toilets from 1300 Ensuites Australia

    1300 Ensuites Portable Chemical toilets are constructed from double skinned insulated plastic panels.

    EverShield high grade anodising from Australian Aluminium Finishing

    Australian Aluminium Finishing’s anodising range, EverShield has a subtle, natural sheen.

    Provincial Homes choose Craft Stone Stacked Stone from Austech

    Craft Stone, available from Austech, is a manufactured stone made from lightweight concrete and is a lifelike replica of real stone. Cast separately from thousands of stone moulds, each individual piece is coloured to make sure there are never two stones that are the same. Craft Stone looks and feels like the original, just without the price tag.

    Hideaway Soft Close Bins from Kitchen King now available throughout Australia

    Hideaway Soft Close bins from Kitchen King are now in production.

    New lighting towers from Kennards Hire

    Twenty-eight new lighting towers, which have been added to the Kennards Hire equipment fleet, have a range of important features.

    Beam lifter available from Kennards Lift and Shift

    Kennards Lift and Shift have added the German-designed beam lifter to their expanding materials handling equipment hire range. The device can also be hired from some Kennards Hire branches.

    Style Plantation’s renewable bamboo flooring exempt from carbon tax

    Environmentally friendly companies, such as Style Plantation, will actually have their products exempt from cost hikes. The Australian government plans to implement the Carbon tax by 2010, boldly aiming to reduce carbon emissions by 60% over 40 years.

    Electric Adjustable Beds from Town and Country Re-Upholstery and Beds

    Town and Country Re-Upholstery and Beds manufacture various types of Electric Adjustable Beds in King, Queen King Single and Long Single Sizes.

    Pool pad for granny

    Unused pools could provide valuable extra rooms, says architect Sean Radford.

    Churn rates make work for architects

    Firms will need to consider clients' employees and staff retention as businesses attempt to shore up staff retention as a cost saving means, a leading architect has claimed.

    Art gets beached

    We think Aussies should have a distinct advantage at The World Beach Project...

    Outcry over New Orleans' hospital plans

    Plans for a 70-acre medical campus to replace two hospitals damaged during Hurricane Katrina have drawn outcry.

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