Modulo case Llatrissant
Rhondda recycled enough paper to save 34,700 trees
Rhondda Cynon Taf recycled 750 tonnes of glass in 2018
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council wanted a civic amenity centre with a split-level platform because of convenience and safety in Llantrissant. Furthermore, Rhondda wanted a re-use shop. However, there was not enough space on the site to realize this. The only way to accomplish this was to construct the re-use shop underneath the platform.
The advantage of a Modulo system is that you can use all space under the platform (for storage purposes, offices, re-use shops, and more!) Rhondda had the scoop of the first re-use shop underneath a HWRC-platform in the UK!
The City and Council of Cardiff wanted a new split-level HWRC for the location Lamby Way. You can read everything about the challenges and how we dealt with them on the project page.
The challenge was to realize a highly convenient and efficient HWRC for around 250.000 inhabitants with the possibility to place a large number of skips (17) on a relatively small terrain.
Southwark wanted to construct a split-level platform inside a building, in order to minimize the impact of noise and odour. We took on the challenge with great success.