Council Highways In-Situ Mixing 

The purpose of in-situ recycling is to effectively restore a failed road pavement by recycling and reusing the existing construction  
materials to construct a new pavement (road) with strength and life expectancy that is equal to that of a traditionally designed  
and reconstructed pavement (road). 
The need to dispose of huge volumes of waste materials, import processed virgin aggregates and hot bituminous bound material  
is greatly reduced resulting in a lower carbon footprint of the project (scheme) overall.  
Structural road recycling can often be a cheaper and more effective solution in both the urban and rural situation by virtually  
eliminating enabling works. 

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