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21 Dec, 2009

Ecobuild 2010 – has carbon reduction worked in the UK Building & DIY industries

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: architecture|building|Buildings|Climate change|course|diy|Education|Energy|Exhibitions and Shows|Government Schemes|Green Eco Building|Housing|Learning|Planning|refurbishment|remodeling|Solar power|Sustainable power|Timber building

Next year’s Ecobuild has a look at the effect of 3 years of Government legislation on building practice – the Code for Sustainable Homes, EPCs, and many others. These are for new building and also refurbishment and DIY refitting.

We are supposed to be headed for the zero carbon home by 2016 – that is very soon!

Havre alook at the Ecobuild conference description here >

Ecobuild March 2-4 2010 Earl’s Court London UK

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