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CEMEX introduce new ReadyPave Camden

ReadyPave Camden

Traditional-looking stone sett appearance produced using a new, more sustainable manufacturing process

PROVIDING a modern twist on traditional rumbled pavers, CEMEX have introduced ReadyPave Camden, which uses a new manufacturing process to ensure a more sustainable and environmentally friendly product.

ReadyPave Camden retains the classic appearance of a traditional stone sett without a secondary manufacturing process to ‘rumble’ the pavers. This not only creates a more sustainable product by using less energy, but also reduces manual handling and eliminates dust and waste. The product’s rustic appearance is said to be softer and more subtle than rumbled paving setts.

The new ReadyPave Camden is different to CEMEX’s previous multi-sett paving as it is available in a three-size multipack, which can be combined to form various patterns with consistent row widths, to suit any design. By combining all three sizes into one multipack this has reduced packaging and eliminated the potential for waste product on site.

Carl Platt, director of asphalt, paving, and building products for Europe, commented: ‘We are always looking for ways to improve our manufacturing processes to provide our customers with more environmentally friendly building products, and ReadyPave Camden is a prime example of this effort.

‘It offers the soft, rustic and highly desirable appearance of traditional rumbled pavers, while incorporating modern technology and equipment to reduce manual handling and energy usage in the production process and eliminate dust and waste, all combining to create a greener and more sustainable paver.’

ReadyPave Camden is available in four different colours, with bespoke options available on request. It was named after the traditional cobbled streets of the iconic Camden market in London, with the name chosen by members of CEMEX’s team.

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