Environment Times is raising money for the homeless this winter by creating a 'virtual ecohouse' in return for donations from companies who supplied their 'virtual products' to help build the house. The generous response has been so successful that the home has instead grown into a housing estate!
Click on the live links in the listing of businesses or organisations below the graphic. That way you can see more details on what they provide.
We would to thank the following companies for their generosity.
ASL for their solar monitoring system
Ibstock for their bricks
RainWater Harvesting for their Rain Director System
Windhager for their biomass boiler
Silentnight for their double bed
LED Eco Lights for providing the lighting
Biotecture for their living wall
MPA - The Concrete Centre for their sustainable concrete
Hewitech for their stormwater management
Golder Associates for their contaminated land management
Hanovia for their UV water disinfection system
Wienerberger for their slate-looking tile made from clay
Marshalls for their sustainable paving and landscaping
Kingspan Klargester for their specialist wastewater management
PK Safety for their safety boots for a previously homeless man in new job as a builder