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Friday 4th May 2018
Around 64,000 construction workers sustained a non-fatal injury at work, each year between 2014 and 2017 in the UK. Over 22% of these resulted in over a week off from work.
One common and simple cause of this is the use of power tools on-site. Of course, for certain tasks they’re necessary, but where you can use less of them, you may just avoid any accident or injury potential.
Monday 30th April 2018
It is often said that the best solutions are the simplest.
It is also said that the simplest solutions are the most ingenious.
With this in mind, we have created a panel for dryliners that simply rises to meet the needs of those working in the industry, in 4 ingenious ways:
Monday 23rd April 2018
With summer (finally) just around the corner, it’s time to start working smarter, not harder, to make sure you get to enjoy all the things we love about sunny days, warmer weather, barbeques and beer gardens.
Starting this April, MEDITE SMARTPLY will be launching its summer campaign to help you do just this.
Monday 12th March 2018
2017 was a standout year for design projects making use of our MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX). Our extreme durable MDF has opened up new and exciting possibilities for designers working with timber, allowing them to create for new environments while meeting impressive sustainability standards.
Thursday 22nd February 2018
MEDITE SMARTPLY has partnered with award-winning landscape architecture and design consultancy, The Edible Bus Stop, to bring something truly unique to Ecobuild 2018.
Thursday 15th February 2018
The measurement of how sustainable a building project is shouldn’t necessarily be limited to the end build. The construction process itself should also be open to scrutiny with regards to its environmental credentials.
With the site hoarding often regarded only as a disposable commodity, the quality and origin of the materials used in their construction are frequently overlooked. Yet, in order to achieve a fully sustainable building project, it’s just as important to consider the provenance of the materials used for your site hoardings as it is for your final building design.