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BioClad Ltd
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BioClad is the world's leading antimicrobial hygienic PVC cladding system. BioClad has been proven to reduce bacteria by 99.9%
BioClad is the world's leading antimicrobial hygienic PVC cladding system. BioClad has been proven to reduce bacteria by 99.9%

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Have you been following our series of articles on PVC & Sustainability? The European PVC industry is one of the world's most regulated (and self-regulated) industries and has done a great deal to clean up its act since 1999. This week, Recycling: http://www.cladding.co.uk/news/

Our series of PVC & Sustainability articles continues with 'Recycling': http://www.cladding.co.uk/pvc-sustainability-3-recycling/

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Time to take a look at the new @Bioclad website. Much more to come! http://www.cladding.co.uk 

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For the next six Mondays we will be posting our thoughts on the sustainability of PVC as a construction material. The first article is now live pin our website at http://www.cladding.co.uk/news/pvc-and-sustainability-20151

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We are re-organising our Flickr stream to reflect the market sectors that we supply to. There is a huge backlog of photos to upload and stories to tell, so keep looking in! https://www.flickr.com/photos/bioclad/collections/

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ALWAYS GOOD TO KNOW: Bioclad is installed in a large number of quality restaurant and bar kitchens. So when you next visit the Loch Fyne Restaurant in Didsbury, Manchester, UK, you will know that Bioclad covers their kitchen walls. 
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There are three things that set us apart: the quality of our product - unique, antimicrobial wall panels; the quality of our people - a young, determined and dynamic team: the quality of our selling partners and installers - because they are our reputation.

We achieve. We have fun. We care.

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Although weld rod is increasingly preferred by our installers as the method for joining Bioclad panels, the traditional method using trims and fixings is still widely used. http://www.cladding.co.uk/assets/files/Vinyl%20Overlay(1).pdf
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