Woolwich, Laserlife

– Featuring Go Green

Laserlife commissioned Concept Group with the recycling firm Go Green to responsibly remove and replace the large format digital LED display on Gordon Square outside the South London College in Woolwich London.

The display was first installed by the BBC in 2012 in the corner near the railway station for the Diamond Jubilee and Olympics and was taken over by Greenwich Council the following year.

Concept replaced the existing display with a new LED display system, augmenting the steel work and strengthening the existing structure. This project also had an audio system integrated as part of our turnkey service.

The responsibility Concept Group has on disposing the waste from dismantling the structure is an increasing priority for the firm as we strive to minimise our impact on the environment. 1.39 tonnes of material was collected and transported to a facility 18 miles away which ensured 100% of the waste avoided landfill.

Richard Welch, the Senior Business Development Manager for Go Green states “Go Green was positioned to ensure that the disposal of the Big Screen was compliant and a full audit trail was accurate, present and stored for safe keeping. It was critical that all wastes produced from the project will avoid landfill and sent to the correct channels for reprocessing.  I’m pleased to hear it was a great success and our input has had a positive impact on the project itself. Thanks to all at Concept for the opportunity.”

If you have a project like this and would like to discuss your requirements with the team here at Concept Group give us a call on 0121 693 0005 or email us on signs@conceptsigns.co.uk. Alternatively you can use our contact form here.

Woolwich, Laserlife

– Featuring Go Green

Laserlife commissioned Concept Group with the recycling firm Go Green to responsibly remove and replace the large format digital LED display on Gordon Square outside the South London College in Woolwich London.

The display was first installed by the BBC in 2012 in the corner near the railway station for the Diamond Jubilee and Olympics and was taken over by Greenwich Council the following year.

Concept replaced the existing display with a new LED display system, augmenting the steel work and strengthening the existing structure. This project also had an audio system integrated as part of our turnkey service.

The responsibility Concept Group has on disposing the waste from dismantling the structure is an increasing priority for the firm as we strive to minimise our impact on the environment. 1.39 tonnes of material was collected and transported to a facility 18 miles away which ensured 100% of the waste avoided landfill.

Richard Welch, the Senior Business Development Manager for Go Green states “Go Green was positioned to ensure that the disposal of the Big Screen was compliant and a full audit trail was accurate, present and stored for safe keeping. It was critical that all wastes produced from the project will avoid landfill and sent to the correct channels for reprocessing.  I’m pleased to hear it was a great success and our input has had a positive impact on the project itself. Thanks to all at Concept for the opportunity.”

If you have a project like this and would like to discuss your requirements with the team here at Concept Group give us a call on 0121 693 0005 or email us on signs@conceptsigns.co.uk. Alternatively you can use our contact form here.