In the last 20 years we have seen shipping containers’ architecture appearing more often around the world. This growth in numbers is particularly noticeable in accommodation solutions. Accommodation made out of shipping containers can be modern and stylish. It is also faster and cheaper to produce in comparison to traditional structures and therefore considered in areas where time, price and/or space could be restricted.

Interior design is one of the subjects we keep coming back to, because it influences portable offices in a positive way, therefore today, we are undertaking the subject of interior design once again. The number of clients attracted by the offer of a particular business raises if the business is a whole package. The clients will also then be more likely to come back. By the whole package, we mean not only the products or services sold by the business, but also the level of customer service, the branding and the overall look and feel of the company. The overall look is defined by all those elements, and this includes interior design too.

In our recent article we have discussed general information on recycling and the RRR approach; the three R’s stand for Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. We have also touched on common problems discussed in regard to current recycling processes in use. Staying faithful to the idea of three R’s, let us consider recycling in the construction industry – what can be recycled and how.