An embodied carbon study of two houses built using MAKAR's n-SIP closed panel system for the Highlands Small Communities Housing Trust.
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Graham Hilton introduces RE-Fab at this invitation only event by Resource
A case study about Foamglas slabs in the Shard Tower, London
Prepared by: The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP), Gary Newman, in conjunction with ASBP members and guests at our event, March 26th Submitted to All Party Parliamentary Group; Excellence in the Built Environment; Sustainable Construction and Green Deal. To support oral evidence by Professor Tom Woolley, ASBP and University of Ulster The sequestration of carbon, achieved through the increase and maintenance of carbon stores within natural building products, as well as the consequent increase in woodland sequestration through re-growth, represents a unique and affordable option to bridge the yawning carbon gap and stimulate a new wave of economic growth and resource security.