Virgin Media O2 uses recycled building materials to cut CO2 from broadband works

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Virgin Media O2 claims to have achieved significant carbon reductions by using recycled materials across an entire broadband expansion project in Scotland, which it described as its most sustainable network expansion works to date.  Working with its building partner Diona, the media giant said it had used recycled stone and sand rather than new building…

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