Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode 66) - Aidan Mullan, Sustainability and Lean Manager for Interface talks about the road to carbon negativity Listen Now
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    News Archive for April 2011

    On hold: Tax Breaks for Green Buildings

    The Australian Government’s decision to delay the start of the Tax Breaks for Green Buildings program is actually a good thing, according to the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).

    6 Star Standard begins May: what you need to know

    From 1 May 2011, all new homes, home renovations, alterations and additions will need to comply with a 6 Star Standard when it comes into effect in the Building Code of Australia.

    Building products to be hit hard by carbon tax, claims HIA

    Small and medium scale Australian building product manufacturers are at risk of taking the brunt of a carbon tax says the HIA.

    30 Million Watch Vari*Lites in Action on the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011

    Vari*Lites light systems were used by lighting designers, Mandylights for the Grand Finale concert of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011.

    Vinyl cladding installation tips from Mitten Vinyl Australia

    Mitten Vinyl Australia have been supplying and installing vinyl cladding for over 25 years. The experts have compiled a short list of do it yourself tips to help newcomers.

    Forma 5 family luminaire fluorescent lighting from E-Lux Lighting Design & Consultancy

    E-Lux Lighting Design & consultancy supplies stylish and versatile Forma 5 family luminaire fluorescent lighting.

    On the road to success with construction machinery from Case Construction Equipment

    Jason Paterson of PatAsh & Civil recently purchased a CX80 eight-tonne excavator and a Case 440 skid steer loader from Case Construction.

    Dulux to join forces with Kirrily Johnston at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week

    Kirrily Johnston and Dulux are set to join forces at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week to debut Kirrily Johnston’s much anticipated Spring Summer 2011/12 collection “Habitat”.

    Dyson Appliances Airblade meets NSF Protocol P335's strict criteria for hygiene

    NSF Protocol P335 sets out strict criteria hand dryers need to meet to be considered hygienic. The NSF agree that the design of the Dyson Airblade ensures it meets their standards.

    Commercial and residential lifts from Aussie Lifts displayed at Brisbane Courier Mail Home Show

    Aussie Lifts recently had a successful exhibition at the Brisbane Courier Mail Home Show in March 2011.

    Acoustic Insulation Products from Tontine

    Acoustic insulation products available from Tontine™ Insulation are designed to minimise the effect of noise within a room or the transfer of noise between rooms.

    DL2P slimline user control panel from Philips Dynalite has the smarts

    With a tiny 15mm profile, Philips Dynalite’s second-generation DL2P-series user control panel offers a slimline and cost-effective solution for commercial and residential lighting control.

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