The Grenfell Tower tragedy highlighted concerns around polyethylene composite cladding that were originally brought to the fore by the Melbourne Docklands Lacrosse fire in 2014. The debate around liability is still unfolding, but in the meantime, the industry is cracking down on cladding. Luckily, DECO manufacture and supply non-combustible aluminium cladding, which doesn't have a flammable core, making it the ideal solution for meeting Australian fire safety standards. 

To find out more about changing standards and DECO’s non-combustible solid aluminium cladding, download this free whitepaper. 

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