At Gebler Tooth we are challenged daily to think sustainably. Our teams, working together with experts, look to develop class leading sustainable developments.

Through our projects we have developed strategies to help think and develop suitable design solutions for clients. These projects have allowed us to explore a range of sustainable opportunities for projects, across different sectors.

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Key Components

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Building Materials

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Low/Zero Carbon Technology

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Energy Conservation

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Employment & Wellbeing

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Water Conservation

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Waste

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Building Materials

Building Materials

Building Materials

Understanding 'Embodied Carbon' in materials is vital when looking to choose the most sustainable option. The extraction, transportation and manufacturing of raw building materials is a significant part of a building's life cycle and therefore needs to be understood.

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Energy Conservation

Energy conservation is a vital element to create a sustainable building. Advances in technology and building methods will enable buildings to be far more efficient in their energy use.

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Water Conservation

Water conservation is the practice of using water efficiently to reduce unnecessary water usage. Combining this with the collection of rainwater helps manage usage and increases efficiency of use.

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Low/Zero Carbon Technology

Low and zero carbon (LZC) technologies provide a source of energy generation from renewable energy sources or from a low carbon source. The use of these technologies is important to the everyday running of sustainable developments

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Employment & Wellbeing

Creating spaces for visitors and staff to enjoy is a necessity in any new building. Natural light and framed views helps contribute to creating an enjoyable work space, but this is only the start.

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Waste

Managing waste from the construction and running processes of a building is a necessity. Recycling is a must that needs to be guided and managed. Creating buildings that create the least waste possible is a tough task but can be achieved with the right protocols. 

Our Environmental Design Policy