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Enviromate is designed with one core goal; to encourage and promote sustainable construction through the reuse of surplus building materials at all levels within the industry, diverting reusable material from landfill – Increasing the product lifecycle, reducing the extraction of vital raw materials, enabling the transition to a circular economy and most importantly saving the Environment.

Enviromate was the idea of two young UK Entrepreneurs, who are strong believers of the Circular Economy and increasing the product lifecycle in the form, in which it was originally intended for. So why the construction industry? The construction and demolition industry is the largest contributor to waste in the UK – the construction industry uses approximately 420 million tonnes of materials and products per annum and generates 120 million tonnes of waste. It is estimated that 13% of construction products that arrive on a building site end in a skip as waste product without ever being used, with a market value of approximately £1.5 billion each year.

Enviromate enables this waste/surplus to be diverted away from recycling where possible and more importantly landfill – allowing the material to be reused in its current form. To do this we have created a hub for the whole industry allowing local tradesmen and DIY enthusiast – a Free to use classified area to list, trade and search leftover, reusable materials to one and other – whilst an area where larger developers can donate larger amounts from projects to charities or community projects listed on our site seeking materials this also having the advantage for larger developers to leverage that donation into their marketing, to match their mission statement and also have an beneficial impact on their CSR programmes.

Enviromate

United Kingdom | United Kingdom

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Reiss Salustro-Pilson

Reiss Salustro-Pilson

Reiss Salustro-Pilson / Sustainability, Construction Reuse
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Enviromate

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Enviromate is designed with one core goal; to encourage and promote sustainable construction through the reuse of surplus building materials at all levels within the industry, diverting reusable material from landfill – Increasing the product lifecycle, reducing the extraction of vital raw materials, enabling the transition to a circular economy and most importantly saving the Environment. Enviromate was the idea of two young UK Entrepreneurs, who are strong believers of the Circular Economy and increasing the product lifecycle in the form, in which it was originally intended for. So why the construction industry? The construction and demolition industry is the largest contributor to waste in the UK – the construction industry uses approximately 420 million tonnes of materials and products per annum and generates 120 million tonnes of waste. It is estimated that 13% of construction products that arrive on a building site end in a skip as waste product without ever being used, with a market value of approximately £1.5 billion each year. Enviromate enables this waste/surplus to be diverted away from recycling where possible and more importantly landfill – allowing the material to be reused in its current form. To do this we have created a hub for the whole industry allowing local tradesmen and DIY enthusiast – a Free to use classified area to list, trade and search leftover, reusable materials to one and other – whilst an area where larger developers can donate larger amounts from projects to charities or community projects listed on our site seeking materials this also having the advantage for larger developers to leverage that donation into their marketing, to match their mission statement and also have an beneficial impact on their CSR programmes.

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Sustainability, Construction Reuse

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