Sustainability

UNRIVALLED LONGEVITY

Created using abundant natural materials, sourced locally and through a domestic supply chain, the UK brickmaking sector is an example of sustainable industry.

Clay bricks have a typical lifecycle of 150 years; the versatility of multiple uses through extensions, alterations to internal configurations, and façade renovations; and the durability to withstand the hard wear of multiple occupants over an extended period, all of which contribute to its position as a leading sustainable construction component.

Energy 2017 Report

 

The latest in our series of interim sustainability reports, Energy, details the progress made by the industry in minimizing its use of energy in the manufacturing process.

 

Download the PDF to read about the challenges with which the industry is faced on this important subject; learn what we plan to do; and access key performance indicators.

 

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Water 2017 Report

Water 2017 Report

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Materials 2017 Report

Materials 2017 Report

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Carbon 2017 Report

Carbon 2017 Report

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Waste 2017 Report

Waste 2017 Report

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Circular Economy 2017 Report

Circular Economy 2017 Report

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Continual Improvement 2017 Report

Continual Improvement 2017 Report

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Biodiversity & Community 2017 Report

Biodiversity & Community 2017 Report

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Wellbeing 2017 Report

Wellbeing 2017 Report

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Waste Policy 2017

Waste Policy 2017

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Water Policy 2017

Water Policy 2017

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Brick Sustainability Report 2016

Brick Sustainability Report 2016

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REAP 1st Progress Report

REAP 1st Progress Report

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Brick Sustainability Report 2015

Brick Sustainability Report 2015

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