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    News Archive for May 2009

    Green Star Rating for Caesarstone Products

    Caesarstone has recently updated its environmental and sustainability position to include Green Star compatibility information and also complies with additional voluntary standards, including OHSAS 18


    3M brand DBI-SALA introduces safe fall protection lanyard Force2

    DBI-SALA, a 3M brand dedicated to the fall protection market, has announced the launch of their new Force2 shock absorbing lanyard range.


    150mm pre-finished timber lining boards available from Glosswood

    Glosswood have extended their range of pre-finished timber lining boards with the introduction of a wider 150mm board. The 150mm pre-finished timber lining board is available in western red cedar, jar


    Torque Wrenches For Hire from Kennards Lift and Shift

    Kennards Lift and Shift are offering a range of new, square drive, hydraulic torque wrenches for hire, suitable for applications such as plant maintenance and decommissioning


    Nu-Eco U-Pvc windows and doors improve multi-chambered profiles

    Nu-Eco Windows’ U-Pvc windows and doors have improved the multi-chambered profile for effective acoustic insulation. Nu-Eco U-Pvc window and door profiles have either two or three chambers that improv


    Environmentally Sustainable Western Red Cedar Shutters from OpenShutters

    Western Red Cedar Shutters from OpenShutters are lightweight, plantation style shutters that naturally provide a high level of insulation.


    Office Interior Design by AEI Office Consulting

    AEI Office Consulting offer a ‘one stop shop’ for office interior design in Sydney.


    Perth "monofunctional", disconnected: Danish architect

    An international architect who was commissioned by the Western Australia state government to brainstorm on regenerating Perth's CBD has called the city "monofunctional" and claimed it needs a "personality transplant"


    Community centre paves way for green rating

    FJMT's new library and community centre in Surry Hills is being praised for setting new standards in sustainable design and paving the way for environmental systems in public buildings


    Voluntary carbon market an "opportunity": GBCA

    The coalition's proposed voluntary carbon market could provide a number of opportunities for the commercial building sector


    Global round up

    Customs House is aglow in Sydney, Qatar's buildings are "glittering" and the US market for private-sector projects is dull and dusty


    Auckland City Council conduct structural testing of Arborgreen RootCell tree protection modules

    Auckland City Council have successfully undertaken testing of the structural integrity of RootCell cellular load-bearing modules that ensure room for growing tree roots in urban landscapes. RootCells,


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