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The United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals are used by 200 countries to inform policymakers but one of them, SDG12.5 encourages 'recycling and reuse'. The metric by which this is measured is 'recycling' alone and not 'reuse'. Brian Murphy and Thornton Kay discuss this topic and the reclamation and reuse of reclaimed doors at Nairobi Salvage Centre in Kenya, fairly recently made firedoors removed in demolitions and refurbishment of recently constructed buildings, upratong old timber doors to modern standards, along with the forthcominng construction show Futurebuild at London's Excel 5 - 7 March.

This episode of the Reclamation Time podcast was kindly supported by advertising from:
Bath Decorative Antiques Fair 15 - 16 March, Bath UK

Links
- UN SDGs indicators for targets
- Nairobi Salvage Centre
- Historic England: How to increase the fire resistance of old timber panel doors
- Futurebuild: 5 - 7 March, Excel, London
- Salvo websites: SalvoWEBfutuREuseTruly Reclaimed
- Green Building Encyclopaedia

Broadcast details
First recorded on X Spaces Live 16:00GMT/UTC Tuesday 13 February 2024
Edited and uploaded to Spreaker, Apple, Alexa, Spotify and more 14 Feb 24
Presenters were Thornton Kay of Salvo, Brian Murphy of Green Building Encyclopaedia

Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are the presenters and guests own views and do not represent those of their places of work or its employees. The podcast must not be taken as professional advice and is for entertainment and informational purposes only. Salvo welcomes any comments, suggestions, or correction of errors. Privacy is importance to us. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The podcast is owned by Salvo Ltd (established 1991). The Chatham House rule applies to this podcast which means that contents may be circulated but not attributed. Conviértete en un seguidor de este podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/reclamation-time--5819114/support.
The United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals are used by 200 countries to inform policymakers but one of them, SDG12.5 encourages 'recycling and reuse'. The metric by which this is measured is 'recycling' alone and not 'reuse'. Brian Murphy and Thornton Kay discuss this topic and the reclamation and reuse of reclaimed doors at Nairobi Salvage Centre in Kenya, fairly recently made firedoors removed in demolitions and refurbishment of recently constructed buildings, upratong old timber doors to modern standards, along with the forthcominng construction show Futurebuild at London's Excel 5 - 7 March. This episode of the Reclamation Time podcast was kindly supported by advertising from: Bath Decorative Antiques Fair 15 - 16 March, Bath UK Links - UN SDGs indicators for targets - Nairobi Salvage Centre - Historic England: How to increase the fire resistance of old timber panel doors - Futurebuild: 5 - 7 March, Excel, London - Salvo websites: SalvoWEB • futuREuse • Truly Reclaimed - Green Building Encyclopaedia Broadcast details First recorded on X Spaces Live 16:00GMT/UTC Tuesday 13 February 2024 Edited and uploaded to Spreaker, Apple, Alexa, Spotify and more 14 Feb 24 Presenters were Thornton Kay of Salvo, Brian Murphy of Green Building Encyclopaedia Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are the presenters and guests own views and do not represent those of their places of work or its employees. The podcast must not be taken as professional advice and is for entertainment and informational purposes only. Salvo welcomes any comments, suggestions, or correction of errors. Privacy is importance to us. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The podcast is owned by Salvo Ltd (established 1991). The Chatham House rule applies to this podcast which means that contents may be circulated but not attributed. leer más leer menos

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