Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Revaluetech sustainable technology solves the plastic waste problem.
Traditional methods to recycle plastic packaging waste don’t work! Recycled plastics have to compete directly with prices for virgin polymers made from low priced oil. This is clearly a recipe for disaster. Dependence on achieving DEFRA recycling targets has been linked to date via exports to the Far East, which are no longer guaranteed. It is certain plastic recycling targets will only be met by adopting the radical approach we have to offer.
Revaluetech Re-Formative Engineering provides a real way to overcome this problem. Our research during the past 9 years, costing £2 million pounds, enables a wide variety of polymer composite products to be made at prices that match those for tropical hardwood, treated softwood, concrete and steel.
Heavy duty civil engineering applications for these structurally engineered composites include coastal protection, inland flood alleviation, rail sleepers, utility poles for power and telecoms. For local authorities street signage, kerbing, landscaping, decking, noise barriers, revetments and a host of park, garden and landscape uses offer sustainable end markets.
Avoiding the use of tropical hardwood, reducing carbon emissions, meeting climate change targets prove their validity in terms of whole life performance, allied to recyclability after their exceptionally long, maintenance free service life.
For further information contact:
Rod Fox, M.D.
Mobile: 07814 263364
PO Box 16170