Surfacing company Miles Macadam has committed to reaching carbon neutrality by the end of 2020.
To achieve this, the firm says it will work to reduce the amount of carbon it emits while increasing the volume of the greenhouse gas it manages to absorb in its daily business practice.
It will also review its own surfacing processes in terms of their environmental impact - it already claims to make carbon savings of up to 25% compared to typical surfacing processes through lower production and laying temperatures, as well as an overall reduction in the use of fossil fuels during the manufacturing process.
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