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Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard

Standards

The Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard guides designers and manufacturers through a continual improvement process that looks at a... Read more…

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Hanson Quarry Site Biodiversity Action Plans

Guidance and industry reports

This resource highlights the actions Hanson UK are taking to promote biodiversity in each of its Quarry sites. By 2020, Hanson UK hope to publish and implement Biodiversity Action Plans for all operational quarries and publish performance results. Read more…

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Hanson Sustainability Report 2014

Sustainability Reports

Hanson publishes a sustainability report annually which details performance in our key sustainability metrics. We have developed the report with the input of some of our major stakeholders. Read more…

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Considerate Constructors Scheme 'Best Practice Hub'

Considerate Constructors Scheme 'Best Practice Hub'

Blogs & Opinion, Case studies, Academic or Industry Research

The Considerate Constructors Scheme is delighted to announce the launch of the 'Best Practice Hub'. This new Hub is an online resource... Read more…

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What one thing could you do for biodiversity?

Blogs & Opinion

Blog by Alison Guscott of BAM with some examples of ways to improve biodiversity on construction sites such as reuse of old wellies and tubs,... Read more…

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Biomimicry - How nature can help us build better

Blogs & Opinion

This blog contains some examples of where biomimicry has informed design. Biomimicry can help us build more sustainably, whilst doing less bad and doing more good. Read more…

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