Passivhaus Social - Cardiff

Passivhaus Social – Cardiff

May 22, 2019
Woodknowledge Wales is supporting this event organised by the Passivhaus Trust. Woodknowledge Wales members qualify for the Passivhaus members discount for this event, see below. Summary The Welsh Government has set ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions (80% by 2050). Passivhaus offers a robust way to radically reduce energy consumption
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PYC Group open day

PYC Group open day

May 1, 2019
Woodknowledge Wales Member, PYC construction, are having an open day.  This is a great opportunity to visit a house building factory in Wales.  Contact kay@pycgroup.co.uk to book your place. Only 1 week left to reserve your place! See how our quality #offsite manufacturing system can help with your project. #FREE
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Event 2 Swansea. Person installing wood fibre insulation

Insulating with Wood: Event 2 – Swansea

April 3, 2019
Defeating fuel poverty | Creating healthier homes | Delivering for Future Generations This event is free for Woodknowledge Wales members This series of 3# knowledge events, run in partnership with the Natural Fibre Insulation Group, will explore the performance of wood fibre insulation, practical aspects of use, costs and sustainability
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Person installing wood fibre insulation to a building

Insulating with Wood: Event 1 – Bangor

March 12, 2019
Defeating fuel poverty | Creating healthier homes | Delivering for Future Generations This event is free for Woodknowledge Members This series of three half day knowledge events, run in partnership with the Natural Fibre Insulation Group, will explore the performance of wood fibre insulation, practical aspects of use, costs and
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Healthy Buildings Conference & Expo 2019

Healthy Buildings Conference & Expo 2019

February 28, 2019
The ASBP’s third annual conference and exhibition will explore ‘Plastics in Construction – Issues, Impacts and Alternatives’ “Human health and planetary health are by very definition inter-related…we can’t have one without the other. Since the BBC’s Blue Planet II, the UK has woken up to the problem of plastic in
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