They’re Fixing The Roads


In Scotland… reports:

A new factory dedicated to turning plastic waste into material for roads and car parks has opened, as part of efforts to tackle ocean pollution.

MacRebur opened its site in Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, today, creating 12 jobs.

The process the firm uses sees rubbish granulated, mixed with an activator developed by the company, and then distributed to asphalt producers.

In fairness.

New factory opens to turn plastic waste into road surfacing (

7 thoughts on “They’re Fixing The Roads

  1. Mickey Twopints

    ISTR that it was a Scottish company which pioneered the recycling of used plastics into those parking bollards, fence posts, and picnic benches.

  2. Joe

    TII trialling that pavement on m50, good results so far so these guys might be over to set up a factory here.

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