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The 411 on Recycling

Ok… so I guess I should say that I am new to the whole recycling world. The tradeshows that I exhibit at started with recycling, because the Alfabloc concrete push walls that I sell are used in recycling facilities in the UK and US. 396 more words

Concrete Push Walls

Hello world!

Welcome to my very first post! When I had the idea to write this, it was mainly to give more information on some of the products we offer at Tricon Precast, such as the Alfabloc Wall System or Shuttabloc (I will go into those later), but also to tell you about the industries, people and places that these products have given me the pleasure to be introduced to. 218 more words

Concrete Push Walls

Cycling Through "Chutes and Ladders"

Okay, I will confess that my favorite of all the field trips I recommended on the “Democracy Bucket List” is a trip to a materials recovery facility, or a MRF for short.  885 more words

Recycling

'Another Kind of Teacher'

We are delighted to be building on our long standing relationship with Dr Chris High and the Open University. This new project involves piloting the use of participatory video (PV) with teachers who have recently graduated from an innovative teacher preparation programme in Malawi to create a generation of highly skilled educators who are trained to become agents of change in rural communities. 108 more words

Film Making

Democracy Bucket List

I think that there should be a participatory democracy bucket list of trips every citizen has to take at least once so they begin to understand how our society and culture work within the context of the bigger and “real” world.  563 more words

Recycling

Let's Talk Trash!

Looking for a unique way to spend a couple of hours???  Take a tour of what we Rhode Islanders lovingly call the Johnston landfill–it is quite the place!   502 more words

News: Party (at Pangaea) for the People raises £2000

Ethical online ticket seller (yes, that is ‘ticket seller’ and ‘ethical’ in the same sentence) Party for the People (PTFP) and Pangaea have raised £2000 for three chosen charities, before the festival has even begun. 527 more words

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