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Charity inspired green garden is highlight

Recycled products will be centre stage at the Grand Designs Live show next month. An area called the ultimate green garden is exhibiting recycled glass, rubber and coke cans.

The Eden project and Charity Christian Aid are behind the green garden, which has taken inspiration from the charitys projects abroad and Edens biomes. The garden will include  Suresets SureGlass bound recycled glass pathways, Dunweedins recycled garden tyre chippings and  large raised planters made from reused coke can bricks.

Channel 4 Grand Designs programme presenter Kevin McCloud showed his support and said: We are committed to being as green as possible. Sustainability has moved from being a fringe issue to something that touches every aspect of our lives.

 

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