On a recent site visit to the Bradstone Hulland Ward site, we were pleased to be joined by the East Midlands today team to take a look at the work that has been undertaken with the Nottingham Trent University (NTU) students and our garden designer, Paul Hervey-Brookes in the run up to RHS Chatsworth.
As part of Aggregate Industries, Bradstone is a company with over 60 years heritage, offering its customers the best in garden and driveway products to assist them in transforming their outdoor spaces. The company also puts sustainability at the heart of the business, as was evident from the tour around the site on the day with everything from water, dust and damaged materials being reused and recycled to increase sustainability and minimise the environmental impact.
The day provided our NTU students, involved in the garden design the opportunity to see first-hand the production process, along with the environmental and recycling management measures linked into the day-to-day operations at site level.
It was also a great chance to see the lifecycle of a selection of the hard landscaping products that will be used as part of the #QuarryGarden, which will be featured at RHS Chatsworth 7th - 11th June 2017.
You can catch the full clip below from BBC East Midlands today below.