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  • 3 design ideas to make custom security fencing stand out
    Zaun
    All businesses know how effective security fencing is now. This type of perimeter fencing is beneficial for several reasons. Not only does it protect that inside, but it also keeps intruders out. Of course, this also means it...
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  • Palisade vs mesh fencing for water treatment plants
    Barkers Fencing
    Water treatment plants require high-security fencing to ensure that there isn’t a compromise for individuals throughout the UK who are relying on access to clean water. Therefore, to keep utility sites protected, perimeter...
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  • Creating the perfect sports pitch
    Zaun
    To the untrained eye, a fence is just a fence. But when it comes to enclosing sports areas, it can keep balls in play, reduce maintenance, provide safety and security, deter vandalism and graffiti and even be an integral part of...
    SAVE Article
  • Time Called on River Pollution from Runoff
    SDS
    Pollution from microplastics, toxic metals and hydrocarbons washed into rivers by surface water runoff must be tackled with consistent monitoring and widespread regulatory control if water quality failures are to be successfully...
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  • Specifying security fencing for data centres
    Barkers Fencing
    When it comes to data centre security, the main priority over anything else is protecting the valuable data inside the centre from organised crime and potential terrorist attack. A lot of focus is placed on cybersecurity, but it...
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  • Latest anti-littering strategy - its affect on councils
    Amberol
    It is estimated that 62% of people in England drop litter. Although these figures are alarmingly high, statistics show that 90% of sites in England are deemed by the government to have an acceptable level of litter. So why the...
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  • How to achieve a B-rated composite deck
    Buzon UK
    How to achieve a B-rated composite deck If your project or scheme requires you to specify class B-rated materials for your external flooring application, it’s important to understand what options are available. If you are working...
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  • Getting your Play Facilities Holiday Ready
    Proludic Play & Sports Areas
    According to sources it is going to an exciting time for the UK holiday market and 2019 looks set to be another year where ‘staycations’ are on the rise. Are you visitor ready yet? I am sure many holiday parks up and down the...
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  • Five things to know about data centre security fencing
    Barkers Fencing
    Specifying Data Centre Security Fencing: 5 Things You Should Know Protecting data is arguably one of the most sensitive (and challenging) of areas when it comes to security fencing. A breach in data security could have...
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  • 5 key considerations of paving drainage
    ACO Water Management
    Standing water in paved areas is not only an eye-sore but it can also be a major safety hazard. Here, Neil Higgins, Product Training Manager at ACO Water Management, provides his top tips when considering drainage for paved areas
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  • Comparing Absorptive and Reflective Noise Barriers
    Jacksons Fencing
    Environmental noise is becoming an increasingly invasive part of every day life, fuelled by a growing population, housing and the infrastructure to support it all conspiring to bring people and noise sources in closer proximity.
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  • Are turnstiles needed for data centre security fencing?
    Barkers Fencing
    Incorporating entrance security measures within your data centre security provision will help to further reduce the risk of intruders gaining access to the valuable data stored in your facility. A secure perimeter needs secure...
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  • LPS 1175 Security Rated Fencing and why it matters
    Jacksons Fencing
    Security Rated Fencing is integral to any well-planned and effective perimeter security strategy as it provides the reassurance of tested performance against a range of threats. LPS 1175 Certification was introduced by the Loss...
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  • Playground safety - back to basics
    Proludic Play & Sports Areas
    Keeping kids safe in the playground Despite our best efforts, accidents can still take place in playgrounds, but there are steps that we can take to minimise risk. There are many ways that we can turn playgrounds into prosperous...
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  • The importance of recycling
    Furnitubes International
    These days there is a lot of confusing information on the web about recycling and reusing materials. It can be hard to know where to begin when there is so much information out there saying contradictory things. However, there is...
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