Low carbon asphalt incorporating rubber from recycled tyres

After learning more about its sustainability benefits, Wolverhampton City Council decided to use Tarmac’s Rubber Modified Asphalt to resurface Northycote Lane, a busy road in the Bushberry North Area of the city. As well as having 8% lower carbon emissions due to the warm mix binder technology, using this material avoided sending around 500 tyres to landfill. Using low temperature asphalt helped knock two days off the original programme time. Choosing a Rubber Modified, Warm Mix SMA helped Bolton Council to take steps towards meeting their ‘net-zero carbon’ by 2030 …

Ultipave WMA with recycled Steel Slag aggregates – London Borough of Bromley

In line with the London Borough of Bromley’s commitment to the use of sustainable materials, the binder course was to be supplied as a Warm Mix Asphalt and the ULTIPAVE used steel slag aggregate. The shorter curing time of Warm Mix Asphalt enabled Riney to plane off, lay the binder and overlay the surface course in one shift.