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Hot at EcoBuild: Green-tech’s new products and gt specifier brochure

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Green-tech is exhibiting at EcoBuild 2018 which takes place Tuesday 6 March until Thursday 8 March at ExCeL in London. Exhibiting under their specification arm, gt Specifier, they can be found on stand E132, in front of the Ecobuild Conference Arena.

Unveiled on day one is the new gt specifier brochure. Packed with technical information, best practice advice and case studies; this is an essential guide for anyone involved in the specification and installation of landscaping projects including landscape architects, designers and contractors and garden designers.

The team is showcasing several new products at Ecobuild 2018 and includes their new range of Tree Anchoring systems. Their new Drop Man anchor system has been exclusively unveiled on their stand.

They are also launching gtProflow Wooden Pavers, a long-lasting landscape surface. Made from recycled wire mesh and Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) blocks, these are natural rot-resistance, water-resistance with anti-fungal properties and a lifetime of 50+ years.

The team will be profiling their innovative ArborRaft System which is in high demand for urban tree planting projects across the UK. The system prevents soil compaction in landscaped areas with heavy trafficking.

Also, on display will be an extensive range of Green-tree soils and growing media for landscapes and green roofing projects, sedum cassettes for green roofs, John Chambers native wildflowers and gt Green Screens which promote biodiversity in urban landscapes.

A new range of contemporary laser cut tree guards is being revealed on the stand. These made-to-order tree guards and grilles are available in a number of designs and finishes to complement any urban landscape project.

A representative from gt Specifier said: “Ecobuild is a great exhibition and provides a perfect platform for us to unveil new products and get instant industry feedback which I’m delighted to say has all been very positive. There has been a lot of interest in our laser cut tree guards and grilles and our new range of tree anchoring systems have been very well received.  The show is very busy today and the stand has been packed since the doors opened.”

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