Gold Award-winning garden designer, Chris Beardshaw, uses sustainable Cemfree in The Morgan Stanley Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Sustainable alternative cement, Cemfree, was part of this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show as a supplier to top garden designer Chris Beardshaw’s build for the gold-medal awarded Morgan Stanley Garden.

Cemfree is a game changer for those working in today’s garden design and construction industries concerned with reducing their CO2 footprint. It’s an award-winning, ultra-low carbon alternative to traditional cement.   This cement alternative uses a revolutionary technology that will help save up to 88% of embodied CO2 for building projects while using existing production techniques, established installation principles and delivery infrastructure – all without compromising the look of The Morgan Stanley Garden or the strength of the structure.

Through Chris Beardshaw’s original concept, he has considered how innovative techniques and materials can be applied to the creation of gardens to ensure waste is minimised and products kept in circulation for as long as possible.

Cemfree applications range from garden and natural swimming pool installations and include slabs, foundations, retaining walls, beams, and pre-cast elements, to other garden and interior decorative features.

Tony Sheridan, DB Group’s Commercial Manager, says, “We’re honoured a leading garden designer such as Chris Beardshaw chose our sustainable product, and congratulate him on his gold medal and his stunning design.  We’re especially pleased that our product has found an application for top garden designers in addition to our more usual residential and commercial applications.”

Launching PUDLO CWP 2.5

After extensive testing, we’ve cut the weight of our award-winning waterproof admixture PUDLO CWP from 8kg to 2.5kg.

  • Same high-quality performance
  • Cut manual handling risks with a weight reduction of nearly 70%
  • Save money and fuel transporting a compact, concentrated product
  • Less material and less waste boost your sustainability credentials