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Turf is an easy way to get a consistent, beautiful looking lawn in much less time than it takes to grow seed. Turf can be walked on just weeks after laying, making it perfect for houses with pets or children.
In this easy to follow guide, we’ll tell you everything that you need to successfully lay your own turf.
Have you ever wondered what kind of power the UKs largest solar farm produced? How many kettles could it run? How much space does it take up?
We've produced an infographic that will tell you everything you need to know about the UK's largest solar farm, run by us at Eco Sustainable Solutions.
At Eco Sustainable Solutions, we supply two kinds of shingle, 10mm and 20mm variants. When do you use each one? Which one should you choose?
We’re here to help you decipher the lingo and help you make the most informed decision that you can.
BIG-HEARTED bosses at a recycling company have helped a garden club take root at a Bournemouth school.
A DELEGATION from South Korea saw how food waste from Dorset households is turned into energy at one of the UK's most advanced anaerobic digester (AD) plants.
Ice, snow, frost and general cold weather can create a multitude of issues within your garden. In many cases, the plants and flowers that you worked so hard to upkeep in the summer will die during the winter.
Here are 4 easy tips on how you can try and prevent frost damage to your flower beds.
Need to know how to treat Fusarium Patch Disease? Or just want to know a little bit more about it?
We've answered 5 FAQs about Fusarium Patch Disease.
As you may have seen on our Facebook page, we’ve been feeling rather festive at Eco this year. The team always decorate the office at Christmas, but this year we decided to make a tree out of recycled wood to celebrate our love of recycling!
Composting is the process of combining organic materials in order to recycle them into a high-quality, usable soil.
This blog post explores how compost will benefit your garden.
At Eco, we're proud of the street sweeping that we do. This includes gully clearing. Find out what they are, why the need to be cleared and what you can do to help.
As a gardener, you may well know that applying pressure to your lawn during the winter months can severely damage it. However, leaves on your lawn will also damage the grass. Here's the pros and cons to raking those autumn leaves.
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