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Last edited 03 Mar 2021
Printed hoarding for construction sites
For example, basements can be cost-effective per M2 when you compare it to rising property prices, but, often skips are positioned on the road with a plywood hoarding around them and a conveyor belt carrying the waste from the basement into the skip.
These skip hoardings can look ugly and cumbersome especially in conservation areas. House builders and contractors have been using digitally printed camouflage on aluminium panels and fixing it to the skip hoarding so it blends into the environment. Typically printed hoarding panels come in 8ft x 4ft (2400 mm x 1220 mm) units.
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