Press Release for 3 Little Girls & A Boy Named Ted
Building In Green who specialise in shop-fitting but cater to a range of building needs worked closely with Ifdesign and Greener Kitchens to assist in sustainable construction services that have minimal impact on the environment and reduce the risks to health in the workplace.
Charmaine was conscious of the hazardous materials that can be used in the building industry and wanted to ensure that 3 Little Girls And A Boy Named Ted was a healthy working environment for both customers and staff. This was achieved by using low VOC paints and Milk Paints made from milk by-products as opposed to some regular indoor paints that can release toxic fumes called “out-gassing” for up to six years after application contributing to various health conditions like asthma, headaches, breathing difficulties, dizziness, fatigue and blurred vision, so by choosing environmental paints with low or no VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) you will be making a positive impact on yourself and your family’s health.
Building In Green also used recycled timber for the storeroom shelving and Bamboo bench tops for the kitchen area. Bamboo is rapidly renewable, replacing itself every four years. It also absorbs 35% more CO2 than a similar area of hardwood forest making it a valuable carbon sink. These are just a couple of the simple choices that you can make when planning your next renovation, shop-fit or extensive development that will help make an impact on the environment for the immediate benefit of existing and future generations.
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