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03 July 2006 | Asphalt
Tarmac describe their involvement in the biggest road-recycling contract carried out in the UKAs the Government increases its focus on sustainable development, so the aggregates and asphalt...
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02 January 2006 | Asphalt
New ‘reservoir pavement’ technology that holds, purifies and recycles water from torrential downpours could be a solution to increased flooding, say TarmacA new absorbent surfacing material called...
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02 January 2006 | Asphalt
An environmentally sustainable solution that fits the requirements of SUDSBy Dr Mike Nunn, TRL Ltd, and Dr Howard Robinson, Tarmac LtdImpermeable surfaces such as parking areas, paved roads and...
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02 January 2006 | Asphalt
BP lift bitumen industry standards to new heightsSince the dawn of the PC revolution, technology experts have been predicting that paperless offices will soon be as common as paperclips. The benefits...
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02 January 2006 | Asphalt
Recent advances in materials engineering have led Exeter Airport to specify a durable new asphalt surfacing to renew part of its runway, writes Mike Walter A fully laden Airbus A310 passenger...
02 January 2006 | Asphalt
Ronez Ltd choose an environmentally compatible KVM asphalt plant to maintain Jersey’s roadsIn September 2005 Jersey-based Ronez Ltd (a subsidiary of Aggregate Industries) began asphalt...
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03 January 2005 | Asphalt
Dynapac help finish the Shanghai Formula 1 racing circuitDynapac equipment was used to help finish Shanghai’s exciting new F1 racing circuit. With an overall length of 5.5km, incorporating seven left...
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03 January 2005 | Asphalt
Working together to improve the sustainability of flexible pavementsBy Darren Merrill and Paul Sanders, TRLAs traffic volume and vehicle loading on the UK road network increases, so does the...
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03 January 2005 | Asphalt
The selection and use of thin surfacingsThe author, Ian D. Walsh, is technical director with Babtie Laboratory Thin surfacings comprise a wide range of materials now used for maintenance and new...
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03 January 2005 | Asphalt
Benninghoven asphalt plant airlifted to Afghanistan In March 2004 Benninghoven sales personnel at the Bauma construction and mining exhibition in Munich, Germany, were approached by Turkish...
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03 January 2005 | Asphalt
A new concept in batch heatersDuring the 13 years that Mixlance have been building batch heaters, managing director Jed Smyth has consulted with customers to find out exactly what it is they really...
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01 June 2004 | Asphalt
Fuel-resisting asphalt has been designed for two former military runways at Bristol International Airport, surfaced as part of an ambitious programme to expand aircraft operations. Mike Walter...
01 January 2004 | Asphalt
Hanson Aggregates launch new material to meet with the needs of the present without compromising the needs of the futureThe author, Josephine Ford, a recent graduate of Doncaster College, works for...
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01 January 2004 | Asphalt
Shell Bitumen and The University of Nottingham benefit from pavement engineering allianceIn the past technical support to the asphalt industry from Shell Bitumen was predominantly troubleshooting;...
01 January 2004 | Asphalt
State-of-the-art asphalt plants are no longer just about maximizing production – they need to be energy efficient, quiet and environmentally friendly too. Claire Symes visited a new plant in...