Innovative milk bottle crossing

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It‘s amazing what can be made from recycled materials today. Did you know that your recycled milk bottles are being used to build the new Yetminster crossing?

The pedestrian crossing point on Thornford Road in Yetminster will feature environmentally friendly dropped kerbs made from plastic milk bottles. The lightweight, high-strength Durakerb® kerbs can be transported more cost-effectively and laid more quickly than concrete kerbs. And as they can be cut using hand tools, they have an extremely low carbon footprint.

Plus, at the end of their useful lives, they can also be easily recycled into new kerbs.

Read more about Yetminster crossing or Durakerb® (opens in a new window).

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