Why getting an environmental assessment matters

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Are you considering developing a brown field site? Whether you want to build property or use the land in some other way one of the issues that you need to be aware of is contamination. Land contamination can be caused by a range of substances. It might be heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, or arsenic or solvents or other chemical substances. Contamination can also arise from asbestos, gases or even radioactive substances; it is not always apparent by a visual inspection.
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What to Expect During a Commercial Painting Project

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Commercial buildings need routine maintenance in order to keep them looking fresh and attractive to customers. Commercial painting is very different from residential painting due to the larger scope, detailed services and legal aspects that are involved. A commercial painting project involves more than just applying paint to interior and exterior walls. It also involves selecting the right periods for competing the project, preparing the building for the paintjob, and the signing of contracts and other legal documents.
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How Roller Shutters Will Protect Your Business

Posted on: 24 October 2017

Whether you run a small salon, hotel or multi-million dollar business, security is one of the major concerns for everyone. Vandalism and theft can set your business back a lot of cash and also put your employees in a state of fear. One of the best methods any business owner can use to protect their business such apart from security alarms and guards is installing roller shutters on the doors, windows and walls.
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Hydroponic Gardening – a Guide to Growth Mediums

Posted on: 23 October 2017

To many outside the world of gardening, the term hydroponics conjures up images of row after row of plants with their roots submerged in water. While it is true that hydroponics involves growing plants without the use of soil, it does not necessarily follow that no growth mediums are used. In fact, many hydroponic gardeners make full use of a number of soil replacements. There are many reasons why gardeners use these mediums, but one of the most important is to provide a means of physical support for the delicate root systems of the plants.
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