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GlassMasters offers professional surface protection services to facilities managers. 

 

CPTED principles for crime prevention

GlassMasters has been a trailblazer in New Zealand with adopting Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), a multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behaviour through environmental design. With our philosophy of embracing innovation and pro-activity in research, GlassMasters was the first surface protection company to introduce the idea of printed on anti-graffiti film to deter vandalims on Auckland bus shelters in 2012. The obvious benefit of this practise has lead to printed surface protection films today being commonly used to cover and to prevent glass vandalism. 

Chris Bennett from GlassMasters has been a frequent and active CPTED programme participant, advocate and speaker at CPTED conferences. His collaborations have included;

CPTED Practitioner Course Level 1 - Lower Hutt in March 2014

ICA Regional CPTED Forum - Adelaide, Australia in October 2014. Chris Bennett presented where the idea for using printed film for came from and the results implementation of early trials of printed anti-graffiti window film applied on Auckland bus shelters. 

CPTED Advanced Workshop 3 days - Lower Hutt in March 2016

COST- action on Crime Prevention through Urban Design - Athens, Greece in November 2016

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We care about our environment. Removing scratch and mineral damage from glass by using The Glass Masters System will help reduce the amount of glass we need to manufacture, which in turn reduces the CO2 emissions produced during manufacture. The glass industry is one of the biggest consumers of energy. Every 1000kg of glass manufactured produces over 600kg of C02. Also, most unlike glass bottles, most window glass is not easily recycled and is destined for the land fill. The mining of sand used to make glass also raises environmental concerns. If at all possible, restore rather than replace. Your planet will thank you.
 


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