Thompson Building Materials Cement ‘C&m’ Building Materials Used in Danken Buildings

‘C&m’ Building Materials Used in Danken Buildings

“In Dankens case, it’s very clear that the company is using recycled materials and has no plans to use the material in future,” he said.

“The fact that they have to send them to landfill shows they have no regard for what’s left of the building material when it’s destroyed.”

The company is still working on a process to recycle the material, and Mr Hogg said he hoped the waste would eventually be recycled in the UK.

“It’s a shame that it’s all going to waste, because that’s the whole point of recycling: it’s about making the building more sustainable,” he added.

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