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The Secrets Of Eco-Friendly Building Construction

Posted in Waste Management by Skiphire UK on November 26th, 2015

With the whole world now focusing on environmental friendliness, recycling and green energy, it is no surprise that more and more architects and construction specialists are focusing on eco-friendly building designs.

These building are designed in a manner which considers their environmental impact from the start, and even the manner in which they are constructed places a distinct focus on eco-friendliness and sustainability. The way in which these buildings deal with their waste during their construction is hugely important, and that is why more and more buildings are utilising skip hire in Northampton which focuses on ethical and environmentally-friendly waste removal.

The Secrets Of Eco-Friendly Building Construction

  • Using Sustainable Building Materials – If a green building is your end goal, then using environmentally construction materials should be a no-brainer. Each and every part of your building needs to use responsibly made and eco-friendly components, from the roofing material to the insulation you choose, the materials chosen can have a major effect on the overall sustainability of your building.

    Popular eco-friendly building materials include reclaimed timber, recycled plastics, recycled glass and other natural building products such as bamboo, cork and linoleum made of renewable materials.

  • Alternative Energy Solutions – More and more modern buildings are including solar panels directly into their design as a clean and renewable source of energy. They utilise the natural energy provided by the sun and can not only work to reduce the environmental impact of a building’s design, but can even provide decreased energy bills over the building’s lifetime.

    There are several government grants, incentives and tax breaks which can also be a huge bonus to those buildings which include solar power in their designs.

  • Energy Efficient Windows – Double-glazed windows can be extremely effective when to comes to a building’s insulation properties and drastically reduce costs from heating over the building’s lifetime. This also makes complete financial sense, as any additional costs incurred by installing double-glazed windows is overturned by the savings that these windows will provide in the long run.

  • Green Waste Removal – Although doing your best to reduce the amount of waste that you create during a construction project is a great way to help the environment and reduce the costs overall, you will be unlikely to reach the point where there is no waste from the process.

    When it comes to removing the waste from your building project in Northampton or anywhere across the UK, you need to ensure that you are using ethical waste removal and disposal service. That is why you need to find a skip hire company that does its best to recycle as much of the waste it receives as possible, and can offer extremely high rates of recycling success.

Choose Skip Hire UK For Ethical Waste Management

Here at Skip Hire UK, we are dedicated to dealing with your waste in an eco-friendly manner and we send as little waste as we possibly can to landfill. We are proud to say that we have an extremely high success rate when it comes to recycling; if you place it in one of our skips and it can be recycled, then it most certainly will be.

If you’re looking for professional skip hire in Northampton, contact our experienced team today! For more information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 0845 373 13940845 373 1394. Alternatively, you can email any questions or requirements you might have to our team directly at, and we’ll do our very best to answer them!


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