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Do your structures need protecting this winter?

Creating your perfect architectural structure is one thing; preserving it against the elements is another.

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Future proof your projects against climate change

From arctic winters to scorching summers, specifiers are increasingly being tasked with helping building owners protect their properties, reduce energy usage and counteract climate change.

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Sustainable products showcased at Ecobuild

Our credentials as a leading manufacturer of green building products were highlighted to visitors at one of the UK’s largest construction industry trade shows.

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Lower maintenance costs with Oleonic

Annual repair bills for commercial buildings can cause financial headaches for business owners who haven’t budgeted for the cost of maintaining the quality of their workplaces.

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Epicuro helping to tackle national air pollution problem

An innovative new photocatalytic formula developed by Epicuro could help the government to meet EU targets for air pollution.

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Worldwide audience for our pioneering products

Our experts had a very busy two days discussing our latest product developments at Europe’s biggest concrete event: The UK Concrete Show.

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Meet energy efficiency targets with Oleonic

Following the production of an open letter to the government from more than 50 major construction and property groups, energy efficiency looks set to become a hot topic for the new Tory government.

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New Epicuro research could protect Britain’s coastlines

Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet’s battle with Natural England over plans to build a 550 foot long wall to protect her £32.5 million beachside home could be prevented with the help of Epicuro’s innovative products.

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Railway embankments protected by Epicuro’s innovation

On the first anniversary of damage to 80 metres of the sea wall at Dawlish and the destruction of part of the railway, it has been reported that the regional economy suffered a £1.2 billion hit.

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