Green-tech has announced that they are returning to exhibit at Ecobuild for the fourth year running with their largest stand to-date.
The specification arm of Green-tech, gt Specifier, will be exhibiting on stand D141, a 40m2 space. In keeping with the show’s 2017 regeneration theme, gt Specifier will be focusing on urban greening, urban trees, biodiversity and ecology.
The team will be showcasing their innovative ArborRaft System for use in urban tree planting projects along with ArborRaft soil which, when used with the ArborRaft system prevents soil compaction in landscaped areas with heavy trafficking.
Also on display will be roof soils and growing media for landscapes and green roofing projects, John Chambers wildflowers and a new range of green screens which promote biodiversity in urban landscapes and GRB for ground protection and stabilisation.
A new range of contemporary laser cut tree grilles will be presented at Ecobuild. These made-to-order tree grilles are available in a number of designs and finishes to complement any urban landscape project, along with a range of tree guards for urban tree planting schemes.
The company’s new and updated gt specifier brochure will be unveiled at Ecobuild and contains technical product information, best practice advice and case studies. The brochure is fast becoming the essential reference guide for landscape architects, designers, contractors and garden designers involved in the specification and installation of landscaping projects. New products included in this brochure are sedum cassettes, laser cut tree grilles and the fortress tree guard.
The team will also be launching a new John Chambers estimating and specification document aimed at Specifiers and landscape architects to assist them with specifying wildflower seed.
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