Up to 1000 tonnes of IBAA, in accordance with Type 1 Clause 803 of the Specification for Highway Works, has been supplied for a carpark extension in Rock, Cornwall.
IBAA was supplied from Ballast Phoenix, Cornwall Plant in St Dennis. This material has been used to raise levels, cover trenches and form a subbase layer of 240mm under asphalt for access and carpark construction to increase the carpark by 50 spaces.
IBAA is an extremely cost-effective material when compared to Primary Aggregates. There are advantages logistically when using IBAA due to the low density of the material, allowing for fewer vehicle movements as this gives volumetric advantages over primary materials.
Working closely with energy from waste partners, Ballast are driven to ensure that none of the raw material they receive goes to landfill.
Ballast Phoenix Ltd is accredited to BS EN ISO 14001 and BS EN ISO 9001.
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