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Dansand distribution deal

Published: 11 January 2010
Dansand and Bradstone have joined forces to distribute Tommy Walsh's Choice Dansand joint filling sand.
Dansand distribution deal
The jointing sand, launched at Glee last year, prevents weeds from growing between paviors without using environmentally-harmful herbicides, instead using a growth inhibiting combination of dried silica sand and minerals with a naturally high pH value.

Dansand product manager Johannes von Siebenthal said: "We are extremely excited to be working with Bradstone, who bring unparalleled knowledge of the retail and trade sectors. We are both committed to making Tommy Walsh's Choice Dansand joint filling sand an outstanding success across the UK."

lee.poole@aggregate.com

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