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Enfield council uses waste plastic to tarmac roads

by Futures Centre, Feb 28
1 minute read

Enfield has become the first London council to use a mix of asphalt with waste plastic to resurface its roads. The mix, developed by MacRebur, is tougher and more durable than the standard tarmac previously used by the council to resurface its roads. Due to the trials success, Enfield council has successfully secured additional funding from Transport for London to conduct further trials throughout the borough.



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