10 September 2015
After detailed carbon footpint annalysis by the university we looked at ways we could use our resources more efficiently to reduce our environmental impact and at the same time cut production and overhead costs.
We have now installed solar panels to our factory roof to provide green electricity for lighting and power for manufacture of our modular buildings and storage buildings.
At the same time we have installed biomas boilers in both or factory and offices using waste wood from our manufacturing process to provide space heating from a sustainable resource. This has the added benifit of reduce out waste output and costs for waste removal.
The addition of the two new buildings has significantly improved the grounds operation area allowing us to fully to comply with our health and safety obligations. As well as meeting the legal side the buildings offer first class garage accommodation to high value kit which would otherwise deteriorate quickly sitting outside.
Alan Ferguson Head of Grounds & Estates, National Football Centre.
We have had many Sitesafe products over a number of years. We find Sitesafe helpful with the initial design through to installation and their products have proved to be robust.
K. Chant, Bristol City Council
Cleveland Sitesafe have provided Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve with three anti-vandal steel hides built to our specification, they have proved to be very successful and stood up to attempted vandalism with little damage, they are also cheaper than similar sized wooden structures and a lot easier to keep clean and maintain.
Steve Wadsworth Senior Warden Aire Valley Reserves
Excellent company to do business with.
Westbrook Hay School Hemel Hempstead
You'll love our full design and installation service.
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Supplied to Oxford University in 2011 our hazardous waste store sitting under the Lebanese cedar have developed green roofsRead more