British Precast is the trade association for precast concrete manufacturers and members of the supply chain, representing and supporting members in Health and Safety, Sustainability, and Technical matters →
UK concrete is essential, sustainable, protecting people, innovating, helping to tackle climate change and enabling great design
We have a number of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) available which are all EN 15804 compliant →
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01 Jun 2021
The UK’s built environment sector is turning its attention to the embodied carbon in buildings, which - according to the World Green Building Council - accounts for 11% of our national total emissions. Concrete, whilst a default choice for many structures, is acknowledged as a carbon-intensive material and a focus for an industry challenged to develop a roadmap to net-zero.
26 Apr 2021
The UK’s concrete producers will be represented for the first time in one trade association to help accelerate the industry’s journey towards beyond net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
16 Apr 2021
The new 2021 digital edition of The Little Green Book of Concrete was officially launched on the 13th of April and is now available for download. This year’s edition is part of a European precast sector collaboration, headed by BIBM, bringing together sustainability professionals from multiple European countries to update the little books messages for a new decade.
Find out about the work that we've been involved in over the last year. Topics include Health & Safety, Sustainability and Technical. Also updates from our Product Groups and Affiliates; as well as the winners from our 2019 Best Practice Awards.
British Precast has published the 2020 edition of “Sustainability Matters”, the sector’s sustainability performance report. The report, which is based on 2019 data, reveal that our Charter 2020 targets for factory energy consumption, carbon emissions, factory waste, LTIFR and coverage by quality & environmental management systems, have all been met one year early.